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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 



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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

THE Z. SMITH REYNOLDS LIBRARY 




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1976-1980 



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THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

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TWENTY EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 
1976 



YATES 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



NORTH CAROLINA 



TWENTY - EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 



Held with Hope Valley Baptist Church, Mon- 
day night, October 25, 1976; Watts Street Bap- 
tist Church, Tuesday morning, October 26, and 
Grace Baptist Church, Tuesday night, October 
26, 1976. 

Next session to be held with Holloway Street 
Baptist Church, Monday night, October 24 
1977; Ebenezer Baptist Church, Tuesday morn- 
ing, October 25, and Homestead Heights Bap- 
tist Church, Tuesday night, October 25, 1977. 





1976 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Directory of the Association 3 

Calendar of Activities 12 

Enrolment of Messengers 14 

Constitution 16 

Proceedings of Annual Session 23 

Historical Table 44 

Our Beloved Dead 45 

Church Directory 47 

Statistical Reports 56 

Index 74 



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DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1976 - 1977 



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OFFICERS 



Moderator: Curtis Crutchfield 477-3934 

P. O. Box 15057, Durham 27704 
Vice Moderator: Julian Motley 688-3947 

3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Clerk: Mrs. J. W. Warren 477-3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
Treasurer: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Auditor: Frank Nelson 688-6488 

1519 Ruffin St., Durham 27701 

General Board Members of The Baptist State Convention 

J. B. Buchanan 383-6401 

614 Starmount Drive, Durham 27705 
Rollin S. Burhans 383-1668 

Durham 27705 

O. C. Mitchell, Jr 596-2403 

838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 

PAID EMPLOYEES 

Director: Hubert S. Mumford 489-3396 

2821 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Office Assistant: Mrs. J. W. Warren 477-3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. Dallas Norris 477-5551 

2002 Woodland Drive, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Camp Caretakers: Mr. & Mrs. George Funderburk 

Route 6, Box 181-A, Durham 27703 596-6689 



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ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD MEMBERS 



The Associational Board consists of the officers of the Association, leaders of the 
Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, 
the chairman of each Standing Committee, the Director of Missions, each active 
pastor and two lay members from each cooperating church. The members of the 
State General Board from our Association and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke 
University and the University of North Carolina shall be invited to sit with the 
Associational Board in an advisory capacity. Listed below are the lay members 
elected by the churches: 



Churches 

Angier Avenue 



Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 
Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 

Cheek tleights 

Cressett 



Names 
Mr. Paul E. Watkins 

Mr. Claiborne Ross 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hunt 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Ellis 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Grigston 

Reverend Dennis Grass 

Mr. R. D. Holleman 

Mrs. Emma Daniels 

Mr. Merle Edmonds 

Mr. & Mrs. Buddy Clark 

Mr. Lester Ward 

Mr. George Overton 

Mr. C. H. Shelton 

Mr. George E. Watson 



Durham Memorial Mr. Exie Andrews 
Mr. Roy Watson 



Ebenezer 



Edgemont 



Ephesus 



P^aith 



Mrs. Lois Harder 
Mrs. Dorothy Sykes 
Mr. B. F. Denning 
Mr. C. R. Pickett 
Mr. J. Phillip Riggsbee 
Mr. Arnold Capps 
Mr. Hugh Hicks 



Addresses 

2424 S. Alston Avenue, 

Durham 27713 
109 N. Guthrie Avenue 

Durham 27703 

609 N. Driver Avenue 
Durham 27703 

5601 Fayetteville Road, 

Durham 27713 
2506 Glover Road, 

Durham 27703 
P. O. Box 15022 

Durham 27704 
1514 Hermitage Court 

Durham 27707 

610 Lynn Road, 
Durham 27703 

716 Lynn Road, 

Durham 27703 
100 Concord Drive 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Route 1, Page Road 

Morrisville 27560 
1809 Bradford Circle, 

Durham 27703 
1004 E. Club Boulevard 

Durham 27704 
2840 Stuart Drive 

Durham 27707 



2706 Wedgedale Avenue 

Durham 27703 
2505 Ross Road 

Durham 27703 
Box 272 

Hillsborough 27278 
Route 8, Box 293 

Durham 27704 
1912 Wallace Street 

Durham 27707 
Route 7, Box 199 

Durham 27707 
Route 7, Box 271 

Durham 27707 
3523 Sayward Drive 

Durham 27707 
2903 Independence Avenue 

Durham 27703 



Mr. J. H. Tucker, Jr. 23 Faith Drive 

Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Mr. Leon W. Weaver 3417 Glenn Road 

Durham 27704 

Mr. Royal M. Denton 3330 Glenn Road 

Durham 27704 

First Mr. W. J. Broadwell 3629 Hathaway Road 

Durham 27707 
Mr. Ellis Thomas 2631 Umstead Road 

Durham 27712 

Gorman Mr. B. W. Gates 2903 Davie Drive 

Durham 27704 
Mr. W. A. Ferrell 2713 Joyner Road 

Durham 27704 

Grace Mr. D. W. Porterfield 3128 Gibson Road 

Durham 27703 
Mr. George Love, Jr. P. O. Box 1355 

Durham 27702 

Grey Stone Mr. Phil Kimball 23 Jefferson Drive 

Durham 27705 
Mrs. John Freeman 1436 Acadia Street 

Durham 27701 

Guess Road Mr. Robert Byrd 210 Monk Road 

Durham 27704 
Mr. W. T. Bryant 2402 Carver Street 

Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Mr. Jerry Bruce Route 8, Melbourne Street 

Durham 27704 

Mr. Rick Hester 2527 Ross Road 

Durham 27703 

Homestead Heights Mr. Charles Teasley Route 2, Box 354 

Durham 27712 
Mr. Harry Phares 2202 Sovereign Street 

Durham 27705 

Hope Valley Mr. Carl Atkins 3814 Pickett Road 

Durham 27705 

Mr. Tom Hall 1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Road 

Durham 27713 

Immanuel Mr. B. E. Suggs 1810 Albany Street 

Durham 27705 
Mr. Wallace Long 3517 East Oak Drive 

Durham 27705 

Lakewood Mr. Dwight Chamblee 2313 Huron Circle 

Durham 27707 
Mr. Stewart Rigsbee 1709 Wallace Street 

Durham 27707 

Lowes Grove Mr. & Mrs. Leon Driver Route 4, Box 43 

Durham 27703 

Lystra Mr. Gerald Oldham Route 7, Box 570 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Mr. John A. Oldham Route 7, Box 571-A 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Mount Carmel Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr. Route 7, Box 665 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. S. T. Noell Route 6, Box 215 

Chapel Hill 27514 
Mount Gilead Mr. Roy Clark Route 4, Box 225 

Pittsboro 27312 

Mr. Marvin T. Davis Route 1, Box 334 

Pittsboro 27312 



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Mount Hermon 


Mr. William Clayton 


5331 Old Hillsborough Road 
Durham 27705 




Mr. Marvin Couch 


5325 Old Hillsborough Road 
Durham 27705 


Mount Moriah 


Mr. Troy Wilkms 


Route 1, Box 156 
Durham 27705 




Mr. Robert Gooch 


onto 1X7 #> 1X7 «> A-mr^-^-,-.^ 

zvLZ wa wa Avenue 
Durham 27707 


Mount Pisgah 


ivir. i^iyae r arreii 


Route 3 

Apex 27502 




ivir. J. Hi. Dootn 


rioute o, rJox Z4U 
Durham 27713 


Olive Branch 


Mr. & Mrs. George W. Ray 


xvoute D, rsox ozi 
Durham 27703 


Page Road 


jvir. w . Jii. oLinnett 


DZo Ljynn Jtvoau 
Durham 27703 




Mr. Tom Adcock 


ZoZd xvoiimg r^mes Avenue 
Durham 27703 


Park View 


Mr. Raymond Lester 


LZo \^nateau xioad 
Durham 27704 




JYir. ^^ariton riEareii 


410 Argonne Drive 
Durham 27704 


Parkwood 


James Blake 


loU/ niuclid rtoad 
Durham 27713 


Plain view 


Mrs. Pete Preddy 


rtoute o, dox 4/4 
Durham 27704 




Mr. George Woods 


zooz Ardsiey urive 

l^urilalll ^1 1 174 


Red Mountain 


Mr. & Mrs. Warren Page 


2612 Ross Road 
uurnam zi ikjo 


Ridgecrest 






Rose of Sharon 


Mr. William Garrard 


3240 Rose of Sharon Road 
Durham 27712 




Reverend Preminto Chisenhall3126 Rose of Sharon Road 






Durham 27712 


Temple 


Mrs. C. H. Wright 


907 Arnette Avenue 
Durham 27701 




Mrs. B. H. West 


3402 Rolling Hill Road 
Durham 27705 


1 rinity 


Mrs. Roy Milliard 


2315 Glover Road 
Durham 27703 




Miss Bessie Mann 


2021 So-Hi Drive 
Durham 27703 


University 


Mr. B. B. Sparrow 


100 Chase Avenue 
Chapel Hill 27514 




Mr. R. L. Hardison 


811 Old Mill Road 
Chapel Hill 27514 


Watts btreet 


Mr. Fred J. Herndon 


Route 3, Box 154 
Durham 27713 




Mr. Cary C. Cole 


3215 Cromwell Road 
Durham 27705 


westwood 


Mr. W. J. Peters 


607 Candlewood Drive 
Durham 27704 




Mr. Milton Roberson 


1406 Virginia Avenue 
Durham 27705 


Yates 


Mr. B. D. Wheeler 


2525 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham 27707 




Mr. N. P. Terrell, Sr. 


2613 Legion Avenue 



Durham 27707 



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OFFICERS OF A S S O C I A T I O N A L ORGANIZATIONS 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 



General Director: Reverend W. Edward Kissiah (ch) 286-2281 

P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 
Younger Preschool Director: Mrs. Norman Gardner 596-6407 

2123 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 
Older Preschool Director: Mrs. Gordon Chandler 596-6971 

106 Stallings Road, Durham 27703 
Older Children's Director: Mrs. J. E. O'Briant 596-5236 

2017 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 
Youth Director: Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 544-1859 

Route 3, Box 154, Durham 27713 
Adult Director: 
VBS Director: 
Outreach Director : 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Co-Directors: Miss Nancy Hildebran (ch) 596-7350 

2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 
Co-Directors: Reverend Johnny Ross (ch) 967-3056 

Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

WOMAN S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director: Mrs. J. Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 
Assistant Director: Mrs. Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 
Secretary /Treasurer: Mrs. James Harris , 596-5185 

1219 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 
Program Director: Mrs. W. B. Harrill 596-3031 

420 Idlewood Street, Durham 27703 
Mission Action Director: Mrs. M. T. Mangum 489-3534 

2203 University Drive, Durham 27707 
Murdoch Mission Action: Mrs.V. J. Chance 688-1355 

100 W. Markham Avenue, Durham 27701 
Historian: Mrs. E. C. Wilkins 286-1397 

2302 Tampa Avenue, Durham 27705 
Baptist Women Director: Miss Peggy Clayton 383-2220 

1829 Front Street, G-12, Durham 27705 
Assistant BW Director: 

BYW Director: Miss Betty Jean Faulkner 471-1823 

1-6 British Wood Apt. Durham 27704 
Assistant BYW Director: Miss Phyllis Browning 

2112 Broad Street, B-5, Durham 27704 
Acteens Director: Mrs. Merle Edmonds 596-5278 

716 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 
Assistant Acteens Director: Mrs. C. W. Clayton 682-2875 

807 Demerius Street, J-2-A, Durham 27704 
Girls in Action Director: Mrs. Don Mitchell 596-4618 

1902 Bethesda Avenue, Durham 27703 
Assistant GA Director: Mrs. Gary Rigsbee 489-7636 

3132 Dixon Road, Durham 27707 
Mission Friends Director: Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Jr 477-3724 

5126 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27712 
Assistant M. F. Director: Mrs. Elwood Bagwell 489-5402 

224 Pineview Road, Durham 27707 



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Group I Leader: Mrs. Lee Murray 477-3132 

304 Delafield Avenue, Durham 27704 
Group II Leader: Mrs. Vernon E. Early 489-7902 

4001 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Group III Leader: Mrs. Robert H. Watson 596-6226 

Route 6, Box 556, Durham 27703 
Group IV Leader: Mrs. J. E. O'Briant 596-5236 

2017 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 
Chorister: Mrs. Carlton O. Couch 383-2208 

4813 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 
Pianist: Miss Peggy Clayton 383-2220 

1829 Front Street, G-12, Durham 27705 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Chairman: George F. Archer (ch) 286-2281 

Grey Stone, P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 
Area I: Wiley Oakley (ch) 477-5426 

Ridgecrest, 116 Massey Road, Durham 27712 

Ebenezer, Homestead Heights 

Red Mountain, Rose of Sharon ^ 
Guess Road 

Area II: Dennis Grass (ch) 477-6440 

Braggtown, P. O. Box 15022, Durham 27704 
Faith, Fieldcrest 
Gorman, Plain view 

Area III: Mrs. Jane McCoy (ch) 493-1809 

Hope Valley, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 
Cresset, Ephesus 
Immemuel, Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 

Area IV: Denny Turner (ch) 688-6765 

Grace, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 

Cheek Heights, First 

Hollo way Street, Park View 
Area V: John Laverty (ch) 596-6430 

Angier Avenue, P. O. Box 11296, Durham 27703 

Berea, Durham Memorial 

Edgemont, Lowes Grove 

Parkwood 

Area VI: Larry Dickens (ch) 489-2309 

Yates, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Grey Stone, Lakewood 
Temple, Westwood 
Watts Street 

Area VII: Mrs. Janet Whitaker (ch) 967-3056 

Carrboro, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 
Lystra, Mt. Cewmel 
Mt. Pisgah, Mt. Gilead 
University 

Area VIII: Hugh O'Shields (ch) 596-2441 

Bethesda, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
Calvary, Cedar Fork 
Olive Branch, Trinity 
PageP ad 

BROTHERHOOD 

Director: J. Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 



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Baptist Men: 

R. A. Director: Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 

COMMITTEES 

Annual Meeting 

(78) Rev. Clay Warf, Chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill Street 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

(77) Dr. R. M. Winecoff. Rt. 1, Box 388^ Durham 27705 (ch) 383-2982 

(79) Rev. Gerald Goodwin, 2703 Holloway Street 27703 (ch) 596-7350 

Calendar 

(77) Mrs. Carlton O. Couch, Chm., 4813 W6st Hills Drive 27705 383-2208 

(78) Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road 27707 489-7512 

(79) Mrs. Bettie Mae Dickey, 2009 Wa Wa Avenue 27707 489-3746 

Camp 

(77) A. B. Stone, Jr., Chm., 2700 Bexley Avenue 27707 489- 6433 

(78) Rev. Robby Phillips. Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

(78) Clyde W. Robinson, Jr., 933 Danbury Drive 27703 

(78) Rev. Lawrence Knott, 2031 W. Club Blvd. 27705 (ch) 286-1593 

(79) John Dilday, 305 Monticello Avenue 27707 489-0696 

(79) George C. Love, Jr., Box 1355, Durham 27702 682-1879 

(79) Buddy Lynam, 1712 Bedford Street 27707 489- 9423 

George W. Ray, Camp Director, Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 . . . 596-7304 

Community Ministries 

(77) W. W. Sprouse, Chm., 504 Fairfield Road 27704 477-2916 

(77) Billy B. Sparrow, 100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 92-4025 

(77) Mrs. Alvin Tillman, 3208 Waterbury Drive 27707 493-1798 

(78) Mrs. Dayton C. Gates, Rt. 2, Box 20, Rougemont 27572 477-0039 

(78) Mrs. Robert L. Smith, 1901 Leonard Drive 27703 596-5996 

(78) Rev. Arthur Burkham, 3321 Cheek Road 27704 (ch) 682-8750 

(79) Mrs; Leon E. Driver, Rt. 4, Box 43, Durham 27703 544-2424 

(79) Rev. Norman Gossett, 1003 E. Main Street 27701 (ch) 682-3251 

(79) Mrs. Mike H. Chappell, 1601 Shawnee Street 27701 688-9119 

Constitution 

(77) H. C. Bradshaw, Chm., 1107 Vickers Avenue 27707 688-6933 

(78) Rev. Tobie Stone, Jr., 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 (ch) 596-2441 

(79) Rev. J. A. Fogleman, 4430 S. Alston Avenue 27713 (ch) 544- 1888 

Deacons 

(77) Billy D. Judd, Chm., 5105 Green Oak Drive 27712 477-3528 

(78) Genie H. Shepherd, 909 Demerius Street 27701 682-2040 

(78) Hugh Hicks, 2903 Independence Avenue 27703 596-3998 

(79) Cecil G. Vaughan, 2522 Holloway Street 27703 596-7255 

(79) Mrs. W. M. Long, 3517 East Oak Drive 27712 383-4482 

Evangelism 

(78) Rev. Norman Gardner, Chm., 2123 So Hi Drive 27703 (ch) 596-6407 

(77) W. Ray Rogers, 2538 Fairlawn Road 27705 477-4255 

(79) 

(78) Jimmy Pitts, Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 933-8565 

(79) J. D. Lee, 3546 Cheek Road 27704 688-2448 

Finance 

(77) Carl C. Wallace, Chm., 2713 Lawndale Avenue 27705 286-2375 

(77) Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Road 27712 383-5016 

(78) Louis Carver, 1211 W. Cornwallis Road 27705 489-5240 

(78) Robert G. Grigston, 2506 Glover Road 27703 596-5928 

(79) C. B. Tart, Jr., 4821 Heritage Drive 27712 471-3372 

(79) Mrs. Rollin S. Burhans, Rt. 8, Box 399, Durham 27712 477-5170 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Treas., Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 



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Future Development 

(78) Billy R. Garrett, Chm., 2304 Barrymore Avenue 27705 477-3058 

(77) Rev. Jerreal B. Buchanan, 614 Starmont Drive 27705 383-6401 

(78) Mrs. L. D. Harward, Jr., 1814 Chandellay Street 27705 477-8039 

(79) Floyd Fletcher, 26 Staley Place 27705 383-2052 

(79) William G. Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Road 27705 383-2925 

Inter- Faith Witness 

(79) Rev. Aubrey Jones, Chm., Holloway & Alma Streets 27703 . . (ch) 688- 4711 

(77) Rev. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Road 27703 596-7017 

(78) Dr. Henry Turlington, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 942-2157 

(78) W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road 27707 489-7152 

(79) Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr., 1913 Glendale Avenue 27701 682-4955 

Missions 

(77) Stewart A. Wallace, Chm., 614 Brookwood Drive 27707 489-7360 

(78) Rev. Richard Shaw, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 (ch) 682-2591 

(78) Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Drive 27712 383-3405 

(78) Elbert Hardee, Rt. 7, Pittsboro Road, Chapel Hill 27514 942-3309 

(79) Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Avenue 27707 489-9881 

(79) Mrs. Crate Jone, 1515 Liberty Street 27703 682-5363 

(79) A. Newton King, Jr., 1410 Vickers Avenue 27707 489-1859 

Nominations 

(78) Mrs. D. R. Garrett, Chm., 503 Everett Place 27701 682-5919 

(77) John A. Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street 27701 682-7154 

(78) Mrs. C. Horton Poe, Jr., 1110 Watts Street 27701 688-9186 

(78) Fred W. Rhodes, 1121 Shady Lane 27712 477-0582 

(79) Mrs. W. B. Harrill, 420 Idlewood Street 27703 596-3031 

(79) Mrs. Philip M. Ward, 120 W. Woodridge Drive 27707 489-0664 

(79) Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27712 (ch) 383-6668 

Ordinations 

(79) Rev. Ray Cumbee, Chm., 4007 Holt School Road 27704 (ch) 477-3859 

(77) Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

(78) Rev. Robert McClernon, Box 3057, Durham 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

(78) Rev. Remit Gray, Rt. 6, Box 323, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-8907 

(79) Dr. R. C. Henderson, 414 Cleveland Street 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

Place and Preacher 

(77) Travis H. Clements, Chm., Box 2913, Durham 27705 383-1218 

(78) Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3537 Hillsborough Road 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

(79) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154, Durham 27713 544-1859 

Radio and T. V. 

(77) Rev. JuHan Motley, Chm., 3315 E. Geer Street 27704 (ch) 688-3947 

(78) Rev. W. T. Brogden, Box 2686, Durham 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

(79) John Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail 27703 596-8774 

Resolutions 

(79) Mrs. John Freeman, Chm., 1436 Acadia Street 27701 682-7154 

(78) Mrs. C. N. Royal, 2305 Glendale Avenue 27704 477-5930 

(77) Mrs. Fred Lipe, 3915 Wake Forest Road 27703 596-6523 

Student Work 

(78) Rev. Richard Davis, Chm., 2500 Acadia Street 27704 (ch) 477-7497 

(77) Rev. Ron Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

(78) Mrs. Wayne E. Brown, 2133 Sunset Avenue 27705 286-0065 

(78) Jerry Pfaff, 414 Cleveland Street 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

(79) Rev. Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 942-2157 

(79) Mrs. Milton Whitfield, 425 Valley Drive 27704 477-4207 

(79) Doyle G. Graham, 816 Watts Street 27701 682-0836 

Mrs. Velma Ferrell (Duke BSU) Box 4351 DS, Durham 27706 286-4513 

Bob Phillips (UNC, BSU), 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 942-4266 



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Trustees 

(77) Jessie T. Cole, Chm., 2938 Chapel Hill Road 27707 489-1841 

(78) James C. Hutchins, 915 Lynn Road 27703 596-2586 

(79) John H. Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive 27705 489-9514 

Youth Advisory 

(79) Harry Fowler, Chm., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., 27703 (ch) 596-2441 

(79) Mrs. R. L. Bassett, Jr., Rt. 7, Box 247-A, Durham 27707 489-4951 

(78) Mrs. Doug Pope, 412 Belmont Avnue 27703 596-6823 

(78) John Deeds, III, 3537 Hillsborough Road 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

(78) Ted Kandler, Holloway & Alma Streets 27703 (ch) 688-4711 

(79) David Rowan, 414 Cleveland Street 27701 (ch) 688-7308 



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1977 CALENDAR & Annie Armstrong Easter Off- 

(Of necessity there will be changes in ering 

this tentative calendar during the year. ^ Ministers' Wives meeting 

Please consult the NEWS each month for Conclave and Parents' Night, 

the correct dates and places. ) Guess Road 

lAXTiTAwv Home Missions Day in Sunday 

JAfsJUAKY School 

1 13-20 Youth Week 

2345678 14 Ministers' Conference 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15-16 State WMU Annual Session, 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Asheville 

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 19 Assn. Baptist Youth Night 

30 31 25 — 27 State Pioneer R. A. Congress, 
1 New Year's Day V/ingate 

3 Ministers' Wives meeting 25 — 26 State Weekday Early Education 

3-7 Bible Study Week (Romans) Workshop, Temple, Raleigh 

8 Singles Over 40 25 — 26 Handbell Festival, First, Greens- 

9 Soul-Winning Commitment D03' boro 

10 Ministers' Conference 28 — 28 Assn. Multi-Ministries Seminar 

17 — 18 Pastor-Music Director workshop, APRIL 

Burlington 2 

18 Youth Evengelism strategy (Y. 3456789 
E. S.) orientation, Bethesda -j^q -^^ 13 14 15 16 

23 Assn. Acteens -^g ^9 20 21 22 23 

23 Baptist Men's Day 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 

29 Assn.BrotherhoodPrayerSupper, ^ , ^ 

Braggtown (Tentative) 2 Singles Over 40 

3 Assn. Youth Smgspiration (after 

FEBRUARY worship) 

1 2 3 4 5 4 Ministers' Wives meeting 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 10 Easter 

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 11 -17 Jewish Fellowship Week 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 15 Assn. RA Track meet (with Ac- 
27 28 teens and older GA's) 

1 Assn. Board meeting 15 — 16 American Campcraft Workshop, 

3 — 5 Assn. Music School Caraway 

5 Singles Over 40 15 — 16 Church Library Conference, 

6 Baptist World Alliance Sunday Greensboro 

7 Ministers' Wives meeting KA Track Meet 

7—9 Statewide Evengelism Confer- ^^-7 Cooperative Program Day 

ence, Greensboro 18 Ministers' Conference 

13 Race Relations Sunday 18—20 Doctrinal Emphasis Week 

13 — 19 WMU Focus Week 19 Assn. WMU Annual Meeting, 

14 Ministers' Conference Angier Avenue 

14 Assn. S. S. Bible Teaching-Learn- 22 — 23 Weekend RA Camp (grades 4-6), 
ing Workshop Caraway 

20 Baptist Homes for Aging Day 22—23 State Acteens Convention, Ridge- 

21 Conflict Management Workshop crest Assembly 

MARCH 23 Baptist Men's World Day of 
1 2 3 4 5 Prayer 

24 Life Commitment Sunday 
29 Weekend RA Camp (grades 1-3), 



6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ^ ^^^^i, u 

27 28 29 30 31 30 Assn. BY W Prayer Retreat 

4 — 5 State Day Camp Workshop — MAY 

Mundo Vista 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

4 — 5 StatewideYouthChoirFestival — g 9 10 11 12 13 14 

First Church, Winston-Salem 15 ig 17 ig 19 20 21 

5 Singles Over 40 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 

6 — 13 Week of Prayer for Home Missions 29 30 31 



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1 —8 Christian Home Week 

2 Ministers' Wives meeting 
2—3 Assn. "Training Extravaganza" 
7 BYW Retreat, Mundo Vista 

7 Rain Date for Assn. RA Track 

Meet 

7 Singles Over 40 

7 Interfaith Witness Conf. Caraway 

7 Assn. Mission Friends Leader- 

ship Brunch 

8 Mother's Day 

9 Ministers' Conference 

9 Statewide Communications Con 

ference, Greensboro 

9 Assn. Church Music Directors 

meeting 

10 Association Board 

14 Assn. Children's Bible Drill 

15 Baptist Radio & Television Sun- 

day 



15 — 21 Association Missions Emphasis 

Week, in the churches 

16 — 18 Church Long-Range Planning 

Conference 
20 — 21 State RA Track Meet, Gardner 
Webb 

27—28 State Correctional Ministries 

Conference, Raleigh 
28 State Children's Bible Drill, 

Fruitland 

29- 

June 4 Heck Jones Offering for WMU 
31 Assn. Brotherhood Planning 
Meeting 

JUNE 

1 2 3 4' 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 



4 Singles Over 40 

4 Children's Bible Drill, Asheboro, 

First Church 

5 Assn. Youth Singspiration (after 

worship ) 

6 Ministers' Wives meeting 
12 Religious Liberty Sunday 



12 — 13 WMU Annual Meeting, Kansas 

City, Missouri 
14 — 16 Southern Baptist Convention, 

Kansas City, Missouri 

19 Father's Day 

20 Ministers' Conference 

21 Church Ministries Workshop, 

Caswell 

JULY 

1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 



17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 
31 

2 Singles Over 40 

3 Christian Citizenship Sunday 

4 Independence Day 

10 Christian Literature Day 

• 11 Ministers' Wives meeting 

11 Ministers' Conference 

12 Assn. Board meeting (tentative) 

AUGUST 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 

28 29 30 31 

1 Ministers' Wives meeting 

6 Singles Over 40 

8 Ministers' Conference 

14 Language Missions Day 
19 Statewide Youth Evangelism 
Night, Greensboro 
SEPTEMBER 

1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

25 26 27 28 29 30 



1 Assn. Church Music Directors 

meeting 
3 Singles Over 40 

5 Labor Day 

9 State Brotherhood Leadership 

Retreat, Caraway 

12 Assn. WMU Leadership Confer- 
ence, University 

12 Ministers' Wives meeting 

12 Ministers' Conference 

13 Assn. S. S. Leadership Night 

16 — 17 Volunteer Part-time Music 
Directors' Retreat, Caraway 

18 State Missions Day 

19 Assn. Brotherhood Leadership 



Conference 
19 — 20 Multi-vention, Caraway 
23 — 25 Lay Renewal Celebration, Cara- 
way 

OCTOBER 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 31 

1 Singles Over 40 

3 Ministers' Wives meeting 

9 Biblical Recorder Day 



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10 Ministers' Conference 13- 

11 Assn. Board meeting 14- 
14 — 16 State Deacons' Retreat, Caraway 

22 Assn. Crusader Car Competition 18- 

23 Assn. Acteens 

24 — 25 Assn. Annual Meeting, Holloway 18- 

St., Ebenezer, Homestead 
Heights 20 
30 S. S. High Attendance Day 21 

NOVEMBER 

1 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 
4—5 State Pastors-Deacon Chairmen 

Conference, Winston-Salem 3 

5 Singles Over 40 4 — 

6 — 12 Royal Ambassador Week 

7 Ministers' Wives meeting 

7 Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 5 

8 Assn. Board meeting (tentative) 11 
8 Assn. Church Music Directors' 12 

meeting 25 
13 American Bible Society Day 



-14 N. C. Baptist Men's Convention 
-16 N. C. Baptist State Convention, 

Charlotte 
-19 Church Administration Confer- 
ence, Caraway 
-19 State Crusader RA Congress and 
Car Competition 
Child Care Day 
Ministers' Conference 
Thanksgiving 

DECEMBER 

1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 

Singles Over 40 
11 Week of Pryer for Foreign Mis- 
sions and Lottie Moon Christ- 
mas Offering 

Ministers' Wives meeting 

Foreign Missions Day in S. S. 

Ministers' Conference 

Christmas & Student Day at 
Christmas 



ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 
Angier Avenue: Mrs. A. B. Carson, Mrs. Harvey Craig, Leonard Husketh, Mrs. 
Leonard Husketh, Mrs. Crate Jones, John Laverty, Mrs. Lee Overman, Robby 
Phillips, Claiborne Ross, Paul Watkins, Miss Ephna Watts. 

Bells: Robert Hunt, Mrs. Robert Hunt. 

Berea: Mrs. Doris Goodin, Mrs. Donna Massey, K. B. Tripp, Ms. Minnie Tripp. 

Bethesda: E. B. Britt, Mrs. E. B. Britt, Harry Fowler, Robert Goodwin, Robert 
Grigston, Mrs. Robert Grigston, Bruce Little, Hugh O'Shields, Maynard Stallings, 
Mrs. Hilda Stcdlings, Lunsford Williams, Mrs. Rita Williams. 

Braggtown: Mrs. R. G. Brooks, Ralph Cooke, Mrs. Ralph Cooke, Rev. Dennis C. 
Grass, Mrs. Dennis C. Grass, Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, Frank D. Nelson, E. L, Phillips, 
Mrs. E. L. Phillips, Mrs. Ed Shaw, Jr. 

Calvary: Everette Boone, Mrs. Emma Daniel, Merle Edmonds, Mrs. Deborah 
Hudson, Hughes Huffman, Mrs. Emma F. Proctor, Mrs. Alice Watson, Coy Wat- 
son. 

Carrboro: Ms. Frances Latta, Bobbie Mansfield, Josie Perry, Rev. Johnny E. Ross, 
Mrs. J. R. Wright, J. R. Wright. 

Cedar Fork: W. H. Beasley, Mrs. J. L. Colclough, Willie C. Colclough, J. Edwin 
Couch, Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, George Overton, Ray Proctor. 

Cheek Heights: James T. Carroll, Ronald Chappell, Mrs. Shirley Chappell, Donald 
Foust, Mrs. Nettie Lasater, Mrs. Alex Lesperance. 

Cresent: Lowell Hines, James C. Williamson, Willie Williamson. 

Durham Memorial: W. E. Andrews, Richard R. Blake, Ron Bracewell, Lawrence 
Green, Zim Gwaltney, Mrs. Jean Howerton, Rev. Tom Huneycutt, Mrs. L. A. Lee, 
Mrs. Ginger Stanhope, Roy Watson. 

Ebenezer: Ms. Ruth Byers, Erwin Dillehay, Mrs. Ann Ferrell, Ms. Judy Fisher, 
Mrs. Lois Hsirder, Mrs. Dorothy Sykes, Rev. Elmo Whitaker, Ray Wilkins. 

Edgemont: Frank Denning, Wade Green, Zollie Holder, Mrs. Zollie Holder, Percy 
House, Mrs. Dorothy Morris. 



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Ephesus: Arnold W. Capps, Ms. Blanche Daniel, Mrs. Edith Hege, Van Laughlin, 
Mrs. Van Laughlin, Jim Riggsbee, Phil Riggsbee, Tom Smith, Mrs. Flonnie Sparrow, 
Mrs. Iris M. Tilley, Mrs. Alvin Tillman. 

Faith: Mrs. Hazel Burkam, Ms. Joyce Glasgow, Hugh Hicks, Ms. Mae Overman, 
Ms. Lillie Tucker, Ms. Loretta Tutor. 

Fieldcrest: Mrs. Elvin B. Wilkins. 

First: H. Spurgeon Boyce, Mrs. Lillie Boyce, W. J. Broadwell, John Clayton, Mrs. 
John Clayton, Wesley Clayton, Mrs. Wilma Perkins, Mrs. Sylvia Clayton. Mrs. D. 
R. Garrett, Miss Eleanor Gregory, Mrs. S. F. Griffitts, Mrs. Alice Lipe. Re\ 
Aubrey Quackenbush, Mrs. Nixon Royal. 

Grace: Rev. Dwaine C. Coley, Mrs. Robert Crandell, Mrs. C. S. Dhue, George Love, 
Jr., George Owen, Mrs. George Owen, D. W. Porterfield, Rev. Denny Turner, M. O. 
Tyndall, Mrs. M. O. Tyndall. 

Grey Stone: George Archer, Bryce Bates, Mrs. Bryce Bates, Rev. VV. T. Brogden, 
W. E. Clayton, Mrs. S. E. Dennis, Mrs. John Freeman Miss Rudell Garrard, Phil 
Kimball, Rev. Edward Kissialv, Jack Rigsbee, Mrs. J. E. Strawbridge. 

Guess Road: Mrs. Albert Fox, Mrs. Ed Goehring, Willie Harris, Mrs. Paul A. 
Mitchell, Ellis Perry, Sr., Mrs. Clyde Rhodes. Mrs. Wesley Sorrell, Phil Whitt. 

Holloway Street: Mrs. W. B. Harrill, Richard P. Hester, Mrs. Richard P. Hester, 
Rick Hester, Mrs. W. Aubrey Jones, Ted C. Kandler, Mrs. H. S. Mumford, Mrs. D. 
L. Sykes. 

Homestead Heights: Curtis Crutchfield, William Hall, Mrs. Jerry Kirkman, Mrs. 
Bill Rogers, W. W. Sprouse, J. W. Warren, Mrs. Emily Warren. 

Hope Valley: Carl R. Atkins, Mrs. Carol Atkins, Mrs. George Atwater, Mrs. R. E. 
Daughtry, Ms. Linda P. Hall, Tom Hall, Mrs. Dana Kelly, Mrs. Lila Mason, Mrs. 
James Murphy, Jessie Parrish. 

Immanuel: Vernon Griffin, Wallace Long, Mrs. Betty Long, Richard Pool, Ralph 
Ragan, B.. E. Suggs. 

Lakewood: Mrs. Buddy Lynam, Fred Pendley, Mrs. Fred Pendley, Mrs. Oma Lee 
Smith. 

Lowes Grove: Clarence Gilmore, Gus Godwin, Miss Nannie Mae Herndon. Mrs. W. 
F. Herndon, Robert Hurst, Mrs. Edna Hurst, Ms. Berlena Jester, Mrs. Belle Shipp. 

Lystra: Ms. Ruby Hutchins, John A. Oldham, Mrs. Frances Oldham, Mrs. Lessie 
Riggsbee, Ray Womble. 

Mount Carmel: Ralph L. Blackwood, Sr., Mrs. Ralph L. Blackwood, Sr.. Phil 
Bouldin, S. T. Noell, Sr., Mrs. S. T. Noell, Mrs. John Williams. 

Mount Gilead: Ms. Mildred Burgess, Mrs. P.uthie Carpenter, Roy Clark, Roy 
Tripp, Mrs. Roy Tripp. 

Mount Hermon: Ms. Sandra R. Browning, William G. Clayton, Mrs. Blanche 
Couch, Mrs. Mae Couch, Marvin Couch, Mrs. Frances Dorrity, Mrs. W. A. Godwin, 
Mrs. Zelie Harris, Mack White, Mrs. Virginia Winecoff. 

Mount Moriah: Robert Gooch, Troy Wilkins. 

Mount Pisgah: Clyde Farrell, Mrs. Clyde Farrell, Ms. Lillian W. Horton, Ms. Ellen 
Sears, Ms. Elizabeth S. Woods. 

Olive Branch: Mrs. Ila Currin, Mrs. Hazel Gardner, Rev. Hugh Nichols, George 
Ray, Mrs. Leslie Ray. 

Page Road: Tom Adcock, Gene Stinnett, Mrs. Margaret Stinnett, Ms. Mary White. 
Parkwood: Malcolm Bordeaux, Mrs. John Holt, Bill Kirby, Mrs. Norris Porter. 
Plainview: Mrs. Otha Goss, Mrs. Pete Preddy. 

Red Mountain: Mrs. Dayton C. Gates, Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. Mose Long. 
Rose of Sharon: Ree Bishop, William Garrard, Ms. Barbara Garrard. Carl Griffin, 
Wanda Griffin. Tom Lamm, Ms. Joyce Lassiter, Bryant Scott. 



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Temple: Mrs. Hubert E. Cratch, Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, Mrs. R. R. Kissell, Mrs. 
Linwood McCullers, Francis Walker, Mrs. Francis Walker, Mrs. Marguerite Ward, 
Mrs. M. Clay Warf, Everett Weatherspoon, Mrs. Everett Weatherspoon, Mrs. 
Ruby West, Mrs. Rachel Wright. 

Trinity: Mrs. June Gardner, Mrs. John J. Hamm, Sr., James E. Harris, Miss Bessie 
Mann, Charles Owens, Mrs. Carl Roberts. 

University: Tom Brickhouse, Mrs. Tom Brickhouse, Ms. Jean Carver, Ms. Jeannette 
Fearrington, B. B. Sparrow, Rev. Steve Teague, Mrs. R. B. Vaughan. 
Watts Street: Mrs. Kathleen Allen, Mrs. Etoile Andrews, Cary Cole, Mrs. Lilhan 
Cole, Floyd Fletcher, Mrs. Floyd Fletcher, Doyle Graham, Ms. Beth Graham, Fred 
Herndon, Mrs. Tess Poe, Mrs. Beth Upchurch. 

Westwood: Walter Eakes, Mrs. Walter Eakes, Mrs. L. H. Knott, C. W. Madison, 
Mrs. C. W. Madison, Larry Molnar. 

Yates: Rev. Jerreal B. Buchanan, Charles Cato, Larry G. Dickens, Mrs. Vernon E. 
Early, Miss Dubba Kay Hughes, Mrs. M. T. Mangum, Mrs. Hallie McGhee, B. D. 
Wheeler. 

VISITORS REGISTERED 

Rev. Chadwick J. Allen, Rev. Henry B. Anderson, Mrs. C. E. Andrews, George 
Atwater, Ms. Wanda Bandy, Ms. Nannie Barbee, Larry Boles, Rev. Larry Bostian, 
Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, Hallie Brooks, Ms. Nancy Byrd, Mrs. Pearl Cash, Ms. 
Bertha Clark, Ms. Rachel Clayton, F. Joseph Clontz, Wallace Cook, Marvin Craig, 
Mrs. Patricia Crocker, Mrs. Mary Cumbee, Marshall Dillard, Michael Fink, Jim 
Fleshman, Mrs. Grace G. Fogleman, Rev. John Freeman, Randy Gardner, Miss 
Hazel Hare, Mrs. Fadine Harris, Warren P. Harris, Mrs. Gertrude P. Horrell, Mrs. 
Frances M Howard, Ms. Lillian Hudson, Mrs. Mary Jenkins, Dallas Jones, Dana 
Kelly, Wallace Kuroiwa. 

Mrs. Esther Lloyd, Ms. Thelma Lloyd, Ms. Bessie Lowery, Mel T. Luther, Ms. 
Clara Mangum, Mrs. Charles McKinnon, Ms. Debra Molnar, Mrs. Naomi P. Morse, 
Mrs. Jane Motley, Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, Dallas H. Norris, Mrs. Dallas H. 
Norris, Lee Overman, Mrs. H. L. Page, Ms. Ruth Parrish, Rev. Steve Paschall, T. 
O. Perry, Mrs. T. O. Perry, Mrs. D. C. Phillips, Miss Marie Pickett, John Rast, Dr. 
Cecil A. Ray, Rev. David K. Rowan, Ms. Helen Sears, Jasmer Sears, B. E. Sloan, J. 
R. Snipes, Mrs. J. R. Snipes, R. L. Terrell, Mrs. R. L. Terrell, Norwellon Tripp, 
Mrs. Foye Ward, Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield, Ms. Alice Williford. 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Alan Bandy, Ben E. Berry, Don B. Brown, Art Burkam, Jr., Paul Couch, James 
D. Crocker, Ray L. Cumbee, Ron Cumbee, Richard Davis, Ernest H. Ferrell, J. 
Allison Fogleman, A. D. Frazier, Norman Gardner, Clell Gibson, Herman Goodin, 
Gerald G. Goodwin, Norman E. Gossett, Kermit Gray, Richard C. Henderson, 
Ernest Holt, Robert Hubbard, Brooks L. Hunt, Crate Jones, W. Aubrey Jones, 
Fred A. King, Lawrence H. Knott, Jack Mansfield, Bob McClernon, David G. 
Moore, Julian M. Motley, James L Murphy, Jim Nickelston, Jimmy Pitts, Richard 
G. Shaw, Everette J. Smith, Malbert Smith, Jr., Tobie Stone, Jr., Henry E. 
Turlington, M. Clay Warf, James E. West, Russell L. Wimmer, Robert Winecoff. 

CONSTITUTION 
Revised 1975 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist churches in 



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Durham County £ind adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life 
as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

( 1 ) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, Itu-ge or 
smEill, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people £ind others 
concerning those articles of the Christian Faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation 
revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance towards God and faith in Jesus 
Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should 
hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise 
and expedient at any time. 

(3 ) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up 
for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they 
may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures 
of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, 
having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, 
and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation, in other 
realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and 
the regular elected officers of the Association and members of the Associationcd 
Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not in 
session this Association shall be comprised of its member churches which shall elect 
members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the 
Association £ind at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be 
duly certified in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each 
additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers 
shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, 
in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members 
of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any 
Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shcdl apply to 
the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving 
evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare 
of the Association. Upon reconmiendation of the committee and the approval of the 
Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the 
church or churches shall be received under watchcare of the Association for a period 
of one year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association 
such churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its 
privileges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to voting 
representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, the 
church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received into 
full fellowship of the Association or continue under watchc£u-e or have the request 
for fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches 



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fellowship rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall 
be authorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privileges and voting 
members on the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to 
withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox 
principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by 
Baptists, or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the annual 
session of the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes 
fostered by the denomination at large and of this Association in particular, or that 
ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the 
church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or 
representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the 
church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and 
shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may 
advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest 
consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach 
the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 
Section I. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two 
successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating 
churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on 
December thirty -first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized 
by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the 
Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, 
and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which 
they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless 
removed for cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except that the 
Moderator may not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be 
authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve 
order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary 



shsill be authorized to seat duly elected messengers with voting privileges and 
voting members on the Associational Board. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, 
superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed 
Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shedl act as secretary of 
the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall be 
fixed by the Association. He shcill obtain and edit the histories of two churches each 
year to be included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the 
Association. 

Section 8, The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, 
and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the 
Associational Board, and shall make regulEir reports to the Associational Board and 
an annued report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annuEd 
report to the Association. 

Section 10. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules of 
order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 11. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-yeeir 
term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall 
perform such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may 
prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the 
leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the 
Director of Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each 
member church. The nsunes of the lay members sheill be duly certified by notifying 
the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim 
between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association 
as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance 
of its duties. It shall have the power to fUl vacancies among the officers, conmiittees, 
and organizationtd workers of the Association and committees of the Associational 
Board that may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its 
work at each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Conmiittee composed 
of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, 
Woman's Missiontiry Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar 
Camp, Conmiunity Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees, and the Director 
of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the veuious groups, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of 
the Associational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Association, 
a Director of Missions and shedl exercise general supervision of his work. The 
committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association 
may direct. 

Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or on the 
part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association 
or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon 



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affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the 
proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational Board 
prior to the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first day of the 
Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 

BY-LAWS 
Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along with any 
other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These 
committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall 
make reports of the work to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. 
Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those 
churches cooperating with the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To institute a 
system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 1976 session, one 
member of each three-member committee shall be eleceted for one year, one member 
for two years, one member for three years, and thereafter each committee member 
shall be elected to serve for three years. In the case of five-member committees, at 
the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for one year, two members for two 
years, two members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. In the case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session, 
one member shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three 
members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for 
three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 session, three 
members shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three members 
for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members of all 
standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the WMU Director, 
the Brotherhood Direcetor, the Music Council Director, and the President of the 
Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty of this 
committee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the Association a 
program of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members 
whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the 
advice and consent of the Associational Board. 

Sectioon 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for keeping 
our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's 
and Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the 
Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed 
mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and 
probationers, emotionally disturbed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to 
provide ministries to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist and offer training 
for those with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific 
areas when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the 



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information and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in the churches, 
including the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry 
out association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts with 
other association committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach 
knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the committee shall 
be elected for a term of three years with two members each year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, repre- 
senting a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for 
raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for State 
Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five m.embers whose duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to its 
strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizationa struc- 
ture, and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for the 
improvements and strengthening of said program. 

Sectrion 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping 
their people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina 
Baptist Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better 
informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the 
world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relationship 
with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches 
and the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within the 
boundaries of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational 
Board the location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and 
to assist the organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for 
the Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to study the applications of churches seeking 
admission into the Association and to make recommendations regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore 
provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiz- 
ations (TACLO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations 
shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general 
organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in 
the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial 
students seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the 
examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific 
position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordination 
until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed 



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of three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place 
of meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to the 
Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a preacher 
and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing 
of time, to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to 
encourage the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the 
Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the 
Annual Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the 
offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as 
the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff 
members through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by 
individual church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to 
denominational objects. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area 
acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and 
promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within 
the area of the Association and to encourage the ministry of the churches to 
students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at 
least five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to 
provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of our 
churches. 

Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board. 

( 1 ) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members 
present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing 
fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those 
churches desiring to cooperate with the Association, In called meetings of the 
Association and the Associational Board, a number representing a majority of the 
cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He 
shall confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall avoid all 
personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject 
without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at 
his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent edition 
(1970) of Robert's "Rules of Order". 

Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist 
Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the 
Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. 



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Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority vote of those present and votinjj; 
at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 

PROCEEDINGS 
of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

28th Annual Session 
October 25, 26, 1976 

First Day's Session with the 
Hope Valley Baptist Church 

Second Day s Sessions with the 
Watts Street Baptist Church 
and 

Grace Baptist Church 

MONDAY EVENING SESSION 

"A Look at the Past'' 

1. Reverend Dennis Grass, minister of music, Braggtown church, presented a 
mini-concert in song. 

2. The session was called to order by the Moderator, Curtis J. Crutchfield, Jr. 

3. Reverend Clay Warf, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, presented 
the program with a motion that it constitute the order of business for the sessions, 
with any necessary changes. Motion seconded by Dr. James Murphy and carried. 



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PROGRAM 



MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 25, 1976 
Hope Valley Baptist Church 

"A LOOK AT THE PAST" 



7:00 Registration 



7:15 Mini-Concert Dennis Grass, Soloist 

Minister of Music, Braggtown Church 

7:30 Call to Order Curtis Crutchfield, Moderator, Yates Association 

Homestead Heights Church 



Report of Annual Meeting Committee Clay Warf, Chairman 

Pastor, Temple Church 

Call to Worship: "Rise Up, O Church" Adult Choir 

Hope Valley Church 

Hymn 415: ''Stand Up, Stand Up, for Jesus" 

Invocation James Murphy, Pastor, Hope Valley Church 

Greeting 

7:45 Puppet Presentation Puppets, Grace Church 

Recognition of New Staff Members Hubert Mumford 

Director of Missions, Yates Association 

Lay Leader Award 

8:15 Hymn 434: "Serve the Lord with Gladness" 

Scripture: Romans 1:2-10 Robert Winecoff 

Pastor. Mt. Hermon Church 

Message in Song: "Take My Life" Adult Choir 

Hope Valley Church 

8:30 Annual Sermon: "Called to Be Christ's Men and Women" 

Robert Winecoff, Pastor, Mt. Hermon Church 
Benediction Ronald Cumbee, Pastor, Yates Church 

You are invited to a time of refreshments and fellowship at the conclusion of the 
opening session in the Hendricks Fellowship Hall. 



Choir Director Mrs. Jane McCoy, Minister of Music, Hope Valley Church 

Congregational Song Leader Dallas Jones 

Minister of Music, Ebenezer Church 

Organist Judy Kelly, Hope Valley Church 

Pianist Jane Pridgen, Hope Valley Church 



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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1976 
Watts Street Baptist Church 



"A LOOK AT THE PRESENT" 



9:00 Registration 

9:15 Mini-Concert Ken Harrell, Organist 

Minister of Music, Watts Street Church 

9:30 Call to Worship: ''Rise Up, O Church" Adult Choir 

Watts Street Church 

Hymn 269: "/ Love Thy Kingdon, Lord" 

Invocation David Moore, Pastor, Parkwood Church 

Greeting Robert McClernon, Pastor, Watts Street Chun h 

9:40 Message from the General Secretary -Treasurer Cecil Ra.\ 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 

10:00 Puppet Presentation Puppets, Grace Church 

10:15 Hymn 327: ''Saviour, Like a Shepherd Lead Us" 

Associational Board Report Curtis Crutchfield. Moderator 

Homestead Heights Church 

Finance Committee Report G. T. Godwin, Lowe's Grove Church 

Calendar Committee Report Mrs. Carlton Couch, Mt. Hermon Church 

Miscellaneous Business 

11 :05 Recognition of State Convention Agencies 

11:15 Scripture: Exodus 3, 4 (selected verses) Robert McClernon 

Message in Song: "Good News" Adult Choir, Watts Street Church 

At the appropriate time the congregation will stand and sing three stanzas of 
the hymn, "O for a Thousand Tongues", as printed on the insert. 
Message: "Who Am I That I Should Go?" Robert McClernon 

Benediction Jimmy Nickelston, Pastor, Ephesus Church 



Choir Director Ken Harrell, Minister of Music, Watts Street Church 

Congregational Song Leader Hugh O'Shields 

Minister of Music, Bethesda Church 
Organist Vangie Horton, Organist, Temple Church 



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TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 26, 1976 
Grace Baptist Church 



"A LOOK AT THE FUTURE" 



7:00 Registration 

7:15 Mini-Concert Handbell Choir, Grey Stone Church 

7:30 Call to Worship: ''Rise Up, O Church" Adult Choir 

Grace Church 

Hymn 236: "The Church's One Foundation" 

Invocation Fred King, Pastor, Grace Church 

Greeting 

7:40 Puppet Presentation Puppets, Grace Church 

Nominating Committee Report Mrs. D. R. Garrett, First Church 

Resolutions Committee Report Mrs. Norman Gardner 

Trinity Church 

8:15 Hymn 269: "Stir Thy Church" 

Scripture: Psalm 126 Jack Mansfield, Pastor, Carrboro Church 

Message in Song: "The Great Commission" Adult Choir 

Grace Church 

Message: "One Hour Too Late" Richard Henderson 

Pastor, First Church 

Benediction Curtis Crutchfield 



Choir Director Denny Turner, Minister of Music, Grace Church 

Congregational Song Leader Larry Dickens 

Minister of Music, Yates Church 

Organist Franklin Bentel, Guest Organist, Grace Church 

Pianist Karen McBroom, Student, Grey Stone Church 



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4. The C£ill to worship, "Rise Up, O Church", was sung by the adult choir of the 
host church under the direction of Mrs. Jane McCoy. 

5. The congregation was led in the singing of "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus" by 
Dallas Jones, minister of music, Ebenezer church. 

6. Dr. James Murphy, pastor of the host church, led in prayer and extended 
greetings from the church. 

7. "History of Baptist Associations — You're Kidding! — Nope. Yates Associa- 
tion, Too" was the subject of a presentation by the Grace church puppets, under the 
direction of Mrs. Jane Knott. 

8. The Director of Missions, Reverend Hubert S. Mumford, recognized staff 
members who had come to the churches since the last annual meeting. 

9. It was announced that there would be no "Lay Leader Award" this year. 

10. Messengers and visitors were led in the singing of "Serve the Lord with 
Gladness". 

11. Scripture passage from Romems was read by Reverend Robert M. Winecoff, 
substituting for Reverend Clell Gibson, who was ill. 

12. "Take My Life" was sung by the adult choir, Hope Valley Church 

13. The annual sermon, "Called to be Christ's Men and Women" was delivered by 
Dr. Robert Winecoff, pastor. Mount Hermon church. He challenged the laymen and 
women to become totally involved in the mission of the church. 

14. Reverend Ronald Cumbie, pastor, Yates church, gave the benediction in the 
absence of Reverend Richeird Shaw. 

15. At the conclusion of the session those present enjoyed a time of refreshments 
and fellowship in the Hendricks Fellowship Hall. 

TUESDAY MORNING SESSION 

"A LOOK AT THE PRESENT" 

16. The Tuesday morning session was opened with an organ recital by Ken 
Harrell, minister of music of Watts Street church. 

17. ThiB call to worship, "Rise Up, O Church", was sung by the adult choir of the 
Watts Street church under the direction of Mr. Harrell. 

18. "I Love Thy Kingdom, Lord" was sung by the congregation, under the 
leadership of Hugh O'Shields, minister of music, Bethesda church. 

19. Reverend David Moore, pastor of Parkwood church, led in prayer. 

20. Greetings from the host church were brought by Reverend Robert McClernon, 
pastor. 

21. The moderator responded to the greetings and called upon the program 
chairman to present the speaker of the morning. 

22. Dr. Cecil Ray, General Seceretary -Treasurer of the Baptist State Convention 
of North C£irolina, speaking on "Baptists — Where We Are and What God is Doing 
with Us", urged everyone to participate in the "Bold Mission Thrust" of the 
convention. 

23. Assuming the personality of the Director of Missions, the Grace church 
puppets called to the microphone to give their reports: Mrs. Darlene Harill, Woman's 
Missionary Union, George Archer, Music Council, Ed Kissiah, Sunday School, 
Wilson Sprouse, Community Ministries Committee, George Ray, Camp Committee. 
In the absence of the Brotherhood Director and the chairman of the Missions 
Committee, their reports were given by the puppet Director of Missions. 

24. "Saviour, Like A Shepherd Lead Us" was sung by the congreation. 

25. The report of the Associational Board, as presented by the moderator, was 
accepted. 

26. A tentative budget for the year 1977 was presented to the messengers by Gus 
Godwin, Finance committee chairman. Without any discussion, it was adopted. 

27. A recommendation from the Finance committee, also brought by Mr. Godwin, 
was approved as follows: 

1) that the $2,400 under item #35 (Summer Youth Missions) in this year's 
budget, but not spent, be used to establish a contingency fund; 

2) that the fund be made available to the Future Development and Missions 



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committees for the purpose of developing our own "Bold Mission Thrust", 
including a look at population trends in the Chapel Hill-Durham area, priorities 
in associational outreach, and a course of action for implementation; 
3 ) that expenditures from this fund be subject to the approval of the associational 
board, or the executive committee. 

28. The moderator postponed until the evening session the report of the Calendar 
Committee and the miscellaneous business. 

29. All reports in the Book of Reports, not voted on individually, were approved. 

30. The moderator expressed appreciation from the association to Mrs. Emily 
Warren, seceretary in the association office for 13 years; to Hubert Mumford, 
Director of Missions for 22 years; to Clay Warf and the Program Committee; and to 
the key leaders in the work of the association. 

31. It was announced that a list of perfect church letters would not be available 
during the annual meeting. 

32. State Convention representatives were recognized and two responded. Mr. 
Mike Fink brought greetings from Campbell College and Reverend Joe Clonts 
spoke briefly for the Baptist Student Unions on the campuses of Duke University 
and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 

33. Reverend McClernon read the scripture in the absence of Reverend Richard 
Davis. 

34. The morning message, "Who Am I That I Should Go?" was brought by 
Reverend McClernon. Using the call of Moses as an example he invited all listeners 
to accept the call to spread the Gospel. 

35. A message in song, "Good News", was presented by the adult choir of the 
host church. 

36. The benediction was offered by Reverend Jimmy Nickelston, pastor, Ephesus 
church, and the meeting was adjourned for lunch at the church. 

TUESDAY EVENING SESSION 

LOOK AT THE FUTURE" 

37. A mini-concert by the Handbell Choir of Grey Stone church, under the 
direction of George Archer, minister of music at Grey Stone, opened the Tuesday 
evening session. 

38. The call to worship, "Rise Up, O Church", was sung by the adult choir of 
Grace church, under the direction of Denny Turner, minister of music. 

39. "The Church's One Foundation" was sung by the congregation, led by Larry 
Dickens, minister of music, Yates church. 

40. Reverend Fred King, pastor of the host church brought greetings from the 
church and called upon Reverend Hubert Mumford for prayer. 

41. Moderator Curtis Crutchfield responded to the welcome. 

42. Further emphasizing the theme of the meeting, the puppets of Grace church 
presented a challenge to the Yates Baptist Association in three parts: "Loneliness 
Is", "The Outreach", and "Backyard Fence". 

43. Mrs. D. R. Garret, chairman, brought the report of the Nominations Commit- 
tee. The report was adopted. The moderator expressed appreciation to the chairman 
and her committee for their work. 

44. Mrs. Norman Gardner, chairman of the Resolutions Committee, presented 
the report of the committee and moved its adoption. This was seconded and 
approved. 

45. In the absence of the chairman of the Calendar Committee, Hubert Mumford 
presented the calendar for the coming yeai and moved for its adoption, subject to 
changes. This was seconded and carried. 

46. The moderator called attention to the host churches and preachers for next 
year. 

47. A unique "first" in the history of the association was reported by Hubert 
Mumford: Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Couch of Cedar Fork church are to serve for the 
year as associational Brotherhood Director and Woman's Missionary Union 
Director. 



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48. Officers for the coming year were introduced by the modertor. 

49. "Stir Thy Church", from the New Baptist Hymnal, was sung by the congrega- 
tion. 

50. Reverend Jack Mansfield, pastor of Carrboro church, read the scripture. 

51. Reverend Keith Brown, missionary from the Philippines, presented several 
musical selections. He was accompanied by his wife at the piano. 

52. Reverend Chad Allen, associate pastor in adult work and outreach, First 
church, led in prayer. 

53. The closing message, "One Hour Too Late", was brought by Dr. Richard 
Henderson, pastor, First church. He urged pastors and laymen to "go forth weeping, 
bearing precious seed" to the millions of persons who have never heard the Word of 
God. 

54. At the request of the speaker, Moderator Curtis Crutchfield dismissed the 
meeting with prayer. 

YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES IN THE MINUTES 



1977 


Page Road 


1985 


Durham Memorial 


1993 


Red Mountain 




Psirkwood 




Cheek Heights 




Ephesus 


1978 


Bells 


1986 


HoUoway Street 


1994 


Grey Stone 




Cedar Fork 




Immanuel 




Edgemont 


1979 


Lystra 


1987 


Trinity 


1995 


Carrboro 




Braggtown 




Gorman 




Grace 


1980 


Berea 


1988 


Guess Road 


1996 


Lakewood 




Mount Pisgah 




Calv£iry 




First 


1981 


Mount Moriah 


1989 


Plain view 


1997 


Mount Hermon 




Mount Gilead 




Westwood 




Ebenezer 


1982 


Rose of Sharon 


1990 


Park View 


1998 


Faith 








Bethesda 




Ridgecrest 


1983 


Lowe's Grove 


1991 


Yates 


1999 


Hope Valley 




Mount Cfu-mel 




Olive Branch 




Cresset 


1984 


University 


1992 


Temple 


2000 


Homestead Height; 




Watts Street 




Angier Avenue 




Fieldcrest 



HISTORY OF HOMESTEAD HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 

In October, 1959, the Yates Baptist Association approved the beginning of 
mission work in an area north of Durham. After a canvass of the area showed a 
definite interest, the work was begun on May 16, 1961, with Grace Baptist Church 
being the sponsoring church, without financial obligations. 

The association purchased a tract of land at the intersection of Duke Homestead 
Road and Carver Street which was deeded to the local church. The property 
consisted of three and one-half acres of land and two small houses; one used as a 
Prayer House and the other as the parsonage. Sunday worship services were held at 
Holt School until the church erected its first building. 

The Reverend Henry B. Anderson, pastor of Grace Church, brought the first 
sermon on June 4, 1961. A business session followed and the Grace Baptist Mission 
came into being with 28 members. The Sunday School was organized on June 11 
with an enrollment of 44. There was one class for men, one for women, and classes 
for primaries, juniors, intermediates, as well as nursery facilities. 

The Reverend Samuel M. James served as interim pastor from September, 1961, 
until July 3, 1962, at which time he and his family were sent to Viet Nam by the 
Foreign Mission Board. 

On March 4, 1962, the Grace Baptist Mission became the Homestead Heights 
Baptist Church, with 91 charter members. Dr. Lowell Spivey, Secretary of Missions 
for the Baptist State Convention, delivered the message. The Girls' Auxiliary 
organization was started on September 6, 1961; Woman's Missionary Society on 
February 25, 1962; Training Union on October 8, 1962; and Royal Ambassadors in 
October, 1962. 

September 16, 1962, the Reverend Oswald M. Burckhalter became the first 



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permanent pastor of the church which had a membership of 114 at that time. 

In 1963, the church sold its Carver Street property and purchased 12 acres 
adjacent to Holt School. Ground-breaking ceremonies were held on September 8, 
1963, with Mr. Clyde Davis, State Brotherhood Secretary, bringing the morning 
message. During the construction period the church outgrew the planned one-story 
building and the members voted to add the second floor. 

The first services were held in the new building on March 22, 1964, with the 
pastor. Reverend Burckhalter, preaching and arecord attendance of 186 in Sunday 
School. On April 12 the first unit was dedicated, along with laying of its cornerstone. 
The membership had grown to 155 and a record attendance of 201 were present in 
Sunday School on this day. 

The Brotherhood was organized on October 18, 1964, with 18 men attending and 
J. W. Warren as its president. The first Youth Week was observed in May, 1965. C. 
B. Tart, Jr., served as Youth Pastor. The first organ was a gift from Radio Station 
WDNC. Mrs. Melvin Blalock and Mrs. Mary Whaley were the first ladies to hold 
offices in the associational organization. 

The Reverend Ray L. Cumbee, present pastor, came to the church on March 1, 
1967, after the resignation of Reverend Burckhalter on July 17, 1966. The first 
music director, Mr. Joseph McGugan, was called on March 1, 1968. Mr. Joe 
Errington, a student at Duke University, began work in October, 1961, as the first 
minister of youth. 

A "Together We Build" program was approved on November 13, 1968, and 
under the leadership of Richard Smith of the Church Planning Department of the 
N. C. Baptist State Convention, plsms were launched to finance and build a chapel 
and additional education building. 

Ground-breaking services were held on November 2, 1969, and the new chapel, 
seating 320, was dedicated in August, 1970. In the early part of 1976, the church 
voted to erect an all-purpose building in lieu of an educational unit. This building, 
the "O. V. Garris, Jr., Family Life Center", was dedicated on Sunday, September 
19, 1976. 

Mr. Mitchell (Mitch) Simpson, a graduate student in the Duke University 
School, was called as the first part-time minister of youth and music on October 16, 
1973. Upon his ordination in May, 1976, he became the first associate pastor of the 
church. 

In 141/2 years of witnessing and serving, the church has reached a membership of 
374, with 337 enrolled in Sunday School, and a budget for 1976 in the amount of 
$61,245.00. With a deepening spiritual dedication, the church looks forward to the 
future with a broadening vision of service to this rapidly expanding area of Durham 
and Durham County. 

HISTORY OF FIELDCREST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Following a successful community census and the compilation of results, the 
Holloway Street Baptist Missions Committee was formed by HoUoway Street 
Baptist Church. From March 17, 1958, to April 25, 1958, cottage prayer meetings 
were held each Thursday night in the community and the final result was the 
beginning of a revival meeting, under the same tent from which the mother church 
had been founded, at the corner of Ferrell Road and Colclough Street. After one 
week of revival services led by Reverend Jack Wilder, pastor of the Holloway Street 
Baptist Church, the Baptist mission had a total of 18 members. The revival meeting 
continued another week. 

During the second business meeting on May 13, 1958, a committee was elected to 
find a permanent location for the mission. The property at 594 Ferrell Road was 
later purchased. At this time it was called "Ferrell Road Baptist Mission". On July 
17, 1958, Hunter Hobgood was elected mission pastor. Service of petstoral ordination 
for Hunter Garland Hobgood was held February 1, 1959, at the Holloway Street 
Baptist Church. 

The mission later sold their property and moved to the log cabin at Glenn School. 
In May, 1959, the mission brought a recommendation to purchase a tract of land 
consisting of five acres from Mrs. Fannie Norris. A letter was sent to mission 



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members explaining that the word "chapel" would be appropriate only after thf 
mission were named, and the word "church" would be appropriate only after the 
mission were constituted as a church. Three names were considered, "Fieldcrest 
Baptist Chapel", "Wayside Baptist Chapel", and "Green-acres Baptist Chapel , (^n 
October 21, 1959, Holloway Street Baptist Church released the chapel to assume 
responsibilities. A ground-breaking ceremony was held at the site of the present 
church on November 1, 1959. 

In June, 1960, the Fieldcrest Baptist Chapel met for its first service in its new 
building. Resignation from Reverend Hobgood became effective February 26, 1961. 
Dr. T. A. Bland of Southeastern Seminary became interim pastor. Effective July 1, 
1961, Reverend Harvey Beeler accepted a call as pastor. January 17, 1962, the first 
deacons were elected: Jack Hinton, George McLamb, Leon Weaver, and Royal 
Denton. 

June 2, 1963, Reverend Beeler submitted his resignation and Reverend Wyatt 
Scott was elected as interim pastor. Due to illness of Reverend Scott, Reverend 
Paul Shipman was called as interim pastor and considered as regular pastor. On 
November 8, 1964, Reverend Shipman was called as pastor. 

We became a church on October 17, 1965. The present church constitution was 
adopted October 16, 1966. Unit 2, with new inside bathrooms, fellowship hall, 
kitchen and five classrooms, was added to the church building in 1967. In January, 
1969, Reverend Shipman resigned and Reverend Scott was elected interim pastor. 

Reverend Winburn Davis came as pastor on March 9, 1972, and stayed until 
March 9, 1975. Reverend Burley W. Moore was called as pastor on March 23, 1975 
and resigned on August 14, 1976. The church purchased a parsonage on Wishart 
Street in July, 1975. Reverend Hubert S. Mumford, Director of Missions of the 
Yates Association, began serving as interim pastor on August 22, 1976. Reverend 
Aubrey Jones, pastor of the mother church, preached at the eleventh homecc)mint^ 
on September 26, 1976. 

At the close of this year, 1975, Fieldcrest Baptist Church has successfully 
remained what God wants us to be and through His faith we share a unicjue 
Christian fellowship. 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Two meetings of the Board were held during 1976, with several of the Executive 
Committee and Council held between sessions of the Board. Reports and plans from 
the various committees and organizations were given at the meetings. 

Matters given special attention and not listed elsewhere are reported below: 

February 10 at Homestead Heights committees and organizations brought 
encouraging report. There were no matters of business upon which board members 
were requested to vote. 

May 10 at Lowes Grove there were four items of business which were approved 
by members present. 

1. The Nominations Committee brought names of several persons to fill positions 
in the associational organization ; 

2. The Finance Committee asked that Social Security funds for the Director of 
Missions be transferred to the Annuity Retirement fund; 

3. The Camp Committee requested that George Ray, present chairman of this 
committee, be recommended to the annual meeting to assume a position as Camp 
Director, beginning in October; 

4. The Associate Position Study Committee presented the following recommend- 
ation: "We, the Associate Position Study Committee, due to the lack of apparent 
interest in emphasizing a second staff person for Yates Association, and because of 
the inavailability of funds, recommend that we be disbanded as a committee. When 
sufficient interest is demonstrated, and funds are available, we recommend a new 
committee be formed to set up said guidelines." 

Throughout this year the association has continued in a real out effort to have a 
concern for people and through the year has shown this by reaching out in the name 
of Christ. With the continuation of this deep concern much will be accomplished 
our community. We must continue to be concerned about our "Brother". 

Another year has closed with no differences of opinions. It has been a year filled 



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with cooperation and willingness to accept the task assigned. 

The Lord has been good to us. He has given us bright promises for the future. 

May we continue to be as "one", that we may finish the job that is before us. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Curtis Crutchfield, moderator 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Associational Sunday School organization is a service organization and has 
no other purpose than to serve the needs of the churches, both large and small. 
Cooperatively we can do more than any of us can do separately. 

Highlights of the year include the Central Training School at Grey Stone, March 
22 and 23, with emphasis on the Guidance books. On March 5, Reverend Andy 
Anderson, author of the new and sensational ACTION plan was in our city and led 
a clinic which was quite challenging to those in attendance. A repeat clinic was held 
in the Grace Baptist Church on March 5, led by Reverend Burrell F. Lucas, state 
Sunday School Director. Interest is increasing and hundreds of churches across the 
convention are using the ACTION plan with spectacular results. 

The annual Vacation Bible School Clinic was held in First Baptist Church on 
April 27. Associational Sunday School Leadership Night was held in the Park View 
Church on September 21, with emphasis upon Preparation Week and the new 
"Getting Ready" books. 

There is increasing interest in Ridgecrest. This year at least four churches had ten 
or more workers in the various south wide leadership conferences. 

With only about one-half of our churches participating, there is a need for pastors 
and Sunday School directors to become aware of and participate in the Associational 
Sunday School program, and to lead their churches to do likewise. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. Edward Kissiah, director 

REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

The Associational Church Training Department sponsored a Children's Bible 
Drill in May. Two churches participated and four children were eligible for the State 
Drill, f^or the coming year we anticipate better participation in this event. 

Plans are being made for a "Training Extravaganza" featuring Dr. Grady Cothen, 
president of the Baptist Sunday School Board, as the final speaker. The purpose of 
this event is to present to churches some of the resources available to them to be 
used in training church members. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Nancy Hildebran, co-director 
REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 
The Yates Association Music Council led in a very productive and multi-ministry 
program during the past year. Five major areas of music emphasis were divided 
among the Council. 

These were as follows: ^ 

Area I. ASSISTANCE FOR ALL MUSIC DIRECTORS AND MINISTERS OF 
MUSIC. Under the leadership of Mrs. Janet Whitaker and Mr. Mel Luther, the 
Council conducted four meetings of all ministers of music. These dealt with music 
selection, administering the music program and other vital areas concerning the 
ministry of music and the music program in the churches. 

Area 2. A CITY — WIDE OUTREACH EFFORT. This area was developed under 
the direction of Mr. Denny Turner and Mrs. Jean Howerton who spearheaded the 
city-wide presentation of the musical "I Love America" on our nation's bicentennial 
on July 4. In connection with the City Recreation Department and the other 
churches in our area, approximately 400 singers and a 30 piece orchestra, under the 
direction of Mr. Geroge Archer, presented the musical in the Cameron Indoor 
Stadium of Duke University. Approximately 28 churches participated in the 



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presentation with a total attendance of 7,500 for the performance. 

Area 3. MUSIC CLINIC FOR CHILDREN'S LEADERSHIP. Under the leader- 
ship of Mr. Dennis Grass and Mrs. Zetty Bell, the music clinic was conducted in 
January for all children's choir leadership. We had approximately 40 leaders present 
for this clinic which dealt with all facets of the graded choir program in the local 
church. 

Area 4. PRAISING '76. Under the direction of Mr. John Laverty, Mr. Hugh 
O'Shields and Mr. Wiley Oakley we presented our second PraiSing which virtually 
involved every church in our association. This was accomplished through grouping 
churches into eight groups to form eight choirs. Each choir presented two selections 
with ensembles presenting music between each choir. The finale involved all choirs 
joining together to sing music which was appropriate to our bicentennial year. 
Three hundred and eight adult choir members participated in this event. 

Area 5. JUNIOR MUSIC DAY CAMP. Under the direction of Mr. Dan Vincent 
and Mr. Steve Austin, a one-day junior music camp was held at Ebenezer Church. 
On this day our 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students from our churches joined together 
in fun, recreation and music study. The day concluded with the Young Musicians 
presenting a musical entitled "David and the Giants". Approximately 75 juniors 
participated in this event. 

This has been a very busy yet profitable year in the area of music in our 
association churches., We praise God for the involvement of every music director 
through our association. We look forward to a greater year ahead. 

Respetfully submitted, 

George Archer, director 

REPORT OF VW3MAN S MISSIONARY UNION 

This bicentennial year in WMU has been a memorable one. Several of our 
churches have organized new groups. Many have had GA and Acteen Presentation 
service. The Baptist Young Woman groups have been strengthened. It has been a 
great year! 

We all look forward each year to the Baptist Women's Day of Prayer which is the 
first Monday of November. For several years we have met jointly with the Durham 
County Missionary Union which is composed of Black Baptist women from several 
churches. As we join our hands and hearts in prayer we feel the love of God that 
binds us together. Each one present receives a blessing as we pray for Baptist 
women around the world. 

In December of 1975, Yates Association WMU was asked by the State WMU 
office to supply fruit for the women at the State Correctional Institution in Raleigh. 
This was a most successful and rewarding endeavor. Truly this was Mission Action. 

Mrs. A. Harrison Gregory, WMU President of the Southern Baptist Convention, 
was the featured speaker at our annual meeting in April. The theme for this meeting 
was, "Let Christ's Freedom Ring!" Truly it was an honor to have Mrs. Gregory with 
us. 

Churches continue to minister to some of the needs at Murdoch Center. Many 
needs go unmet but we thank God for what is being done., 

The WMU of Yates Association came to Temple Church on September 13-14, 
1976, for annual leadership training. Approximately 125 women came to get new 
ideas and to share their own thoughts. 

Each member of the WMU Council stands ready and waiting to help you in the 
local church. One of the goals of the council this year is for someone from the council 
to make at least one visit in each of our churches. 

It has indeed been a pleasure for me to serve as WMU Director of the Yates 
Association for the last two years. Thank you for your prayers and support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. W. B. Harrill, director 



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REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 



The year 1975-76 has been a good one for Associational Brotherhood work under 
the capable leadership of Bryce Bates in Royal Ambassador work, James Clary in 
Baptist Men's work, and with the support of our Superintendent of Missions and 
many other men from churches throughout our association. 

The purpose of Associational Brotherhood is to support the churches in their 
efforts to educate men and boys to missions and to aid in providing training and 
opportunities to become involved in worthwhile mission activities. 

In January Baptist Men and their wives met at Grey Stone to enjoy a spirit-filled 
fellowship of Christian witness, prayer, and food. Approximately 200 people 
attended, leaving with a new realization of the power of prayer in a Christian life. 

In April a Royal Ambassador track meet was held at Southern High School. 
Some 80 RA boys representing eight churches participated. Some of the winners in 
the association meet successfully placed in the State RA Track competition at 
Campbell College. 

During the year opportunities for Christian service were offered to Baptist Men 
in conjunction with the Community Ministries Committee. Emphasis was placed on 
work at Murdoch and Umstead facilities at Butner, the Laubach Literacy program, 
and Troy House, a rehabilitation center for misdirected young men between the 
ages of 15-18 years. Men were encouraged to extend the love of God in these areas 
through their Baptist Men's mission action programs. 

In June, Frank Hart "Pogo" Smith of the Sunday School Board, Nashville, was 
the featured guest at the Man-Boy Rally held at Brogden Junior High School. Mr, 
Smith is a very personable Christian and the boys and men attending this rally 
were richly blessed. 

A Brotherhood Leadership Training session was held in September at Durham 
Memorial. A group of Baptist laymen from the Raleigh Association met with us, 
sharing ideas that have been successful in their churches and association. This 
informal atmosphere of sharing together proved highly successful in providing a 
fresh, new impetus for RA and Baptist Men leaders in the Yates Association. 

Royal Ambassadors were given another tremendous boost in October with a 
camping trip for all RA boys and their dads at Camp Mundo Vista at Asheboro. 
The retreat was a weekend of enlightenment of what RA programs are, and of the 
effectiveness it has on molding young lives for present and future service for Christ. 

Reverend Ed Gordon, missionary to the Philippines, presently home on furlough, 
spoke to the boys and showed slides of his work there. He has been on the mission 
field for 23 years. He is a warm man, very Christ-filled, and was a real stimuli for 
mission awareness for those attending this retreat. The trip also included a tour of 
the N. C. Zoo at Asheboro. 

Another big event looked forward to with great anticipation annually was held 
October 9 at Durham Memorial. This was the Crusader Car Competition where RA 
boys throughout the association race cars built with their own hands in competition. 
Winners are invited to the State Competition to compete against RA's from across 
the state. To win or place in this competition provides a real sense of accomplishment 
to our boys. 

Next year already shows indications of being a better year than the past. At least 
four churches have begun new or revitalized previously active RA programs this 
year. Approximately 10 of our churches presently have active RA programs. 

Our Brotherhood Council has met and planned events for 1977 that again are 
aimed at strenghening and building Baptist Men and Royal Ambassador mission 
involvement in as many churches as possible. 

I wish to sincerely thank and praise the Lord for all the men who have contributed 
to and participated in the Brotherhood Council coordination meetings this year. I 
hope this group will grow during the year, 1977, and that the glory and love of 
Christ can be extended greater than ever through the men and boys in our church 
families. 

Respectully submitted, 
J. Edwin Couch, director 



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REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

1975- 76 was a very, very busy year in renovation, repairing, and replacing 
various facilities at Yates Camp. After 20 years, mtiny things needed attention: the 
bedrooms, water-pumps, signs, painting of various buildings, the tractor. A beautiful 
flagpole has been erected by a friend of the camp. Our committee is in the process of 
installing an intercom system between the lodge and the caretaker's house, and also 
a dehumidifier in the bedrooms to eliminate moisture. 

Two trips have been made to Camp CaRAway to investigate styles of buildings 
that we want to erect as quickly £is possible to increase our bed capacity. Advertising 
folders will be printed and distributed in a few days. 

Mrs. Anna Funderburk became caretaker during the year, and the various 
groups have been unusually complimentary of her work. One person spoke for the 
rest, "Whoever is caretaker is taking his job seriously." 

George Ray was elected as Camp Director during the year. He will relieve our 
Director of Missions of many responsibilities in working with the Camp Committee. 

Following the recommendations of R. S. Tenngmt of the U. S. Soil Conservation 
Service, we will empty the pond in July of 1977 and start re-stocking it the following 
October. 

1976- 77 will be the year in which we will sell several acres to the federal government 
for the Falls of the Neuse project, and with the hopes of acquiring some adjoining 
land. We believe that the people of our churches will catch the excitement of our, 
committee as we anticipate the erection of new buildings — finally. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George Ray, chairman 

REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The goal of our committee is to encourage churches within the association to 
perform ministries needed in the community. 

The highlight of the year 1976 was a "Multi-Ministries Seminar". With our goal 
in mind, the ministries included on the agenda were as follows: Mented Retardation, 
Alcoholism, Alone and Lonely, Deaf, Non-readers, Singles, Prison Ministry, Helpless 
Children, and Contact Durham Teleministry. 

Responses to the seminar this year were so favorable that plans have already 
been made for another annual seminar on March 28, 29, 1977. 

Progress has been made in these areas. Two more training sessions were held this 
year for the Laubach Literacy Ministry. There have been more churches involved in 
a ministry at Murdoch Center through the efforts of the "Murdoch-Umstead 
Friends Night" sponsored by the committee last year. The committee is now 
getting together a list of needs for the cottages at Murdoch and these will be sent to 
all churches within the association in the hopes they will "adopt a cottage. We now 
have 30 "contacts" that act as a liaison between our committee and their churches. 
Our go£d is to have a contact within every church in our association. 

There is so much to be done and so many ministries needed here in our community. 
We need the prayers and concern of every church in our association to better serve 
them. 

Respectfully submitted, 
W. W. Sprouse, chairman 

REPORT OF THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

This committee having been constitutionsdized this year and having a full elected 
committee at the May Board meeting, begem its work in July, 1976, and held 
monthly meetings. 

In keeping with the purpose of being organized, and being a committee that has 
the responsibility to study programs and work of the association, this committee 
has studied two questions thus far. They are: 

1. What should the association offer its member churches in the way of help, 
programs, assistance, etc.? 

2. What should be the duties and responsibilities of the Director of Missions, 



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thinking primarily in terms of any incoming Director after Mr. Mumford retires? 

The committee members offered for discussion some 50 questions relating to 
question #1 above. The committee feels that at some time in the future, the 
association may have to addresss itself to many of them. We are at present 
studying these questions and may make a report at a later date. 

In regard to question #2 above, we are going to ask for input from the pastors at 
a later pastors' conference, and also for input from the pastors and lay people of all 
the churches. 

The committee feels, that in order for the association to have a program that 
many people believe in and believe to be the will of God for the association, pastors 
and lay people of the churches should have an opportunity to express themselves to 
the committee before any recommendations are made. 

We ask for your trust in studying these two questions. We will thank you for 
your input, either on a request basis or on a voluntary basis. We feel that, with 
proper study by each of us and trusting Christ for the answers, we will carry out the 
will of God in our efforts. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bill Garrett, chairman 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

During the year, properties in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area were investigated. 
It is hoped that 1977 will be the year in which a new church will be organized in 
that area. 

Properties in the northeast Durham area also were visited but any action seemed 
premature. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stewart Wallace, chairman 

REPORT OF THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE 

The Radio and Television Committee met on November 7, 1975, to explore 
possible areas for involvement of our churches in public sound and screen media 
communication. 

Two proposed types of radio ministry were considered. A fifteen-minute daily 
devotional ministry and a thirty-minute weekly program were discussed with a 
view to offering churches opportunity to underwrite and to produce programs on a 
one-week, rotating basis. A consistent and uniform program format would be 
suggested to be followed. 

Available time on local stations was sought tentatively which was found to be 
unavailable at preferred times. Upon obtaining of available time, a survey was to be 
made of the churches to determine the extent of interest in participation. 

The unavailability of preferred time slots delayed proceeding with the survey. In 
addition to this a move was made in the Durham area to purchase a local radio 
station which was expected would make time available for denominational pro- 
gramming. 

A seasonal television program was also considered to be underwritten and 
produced by interested churches at special Christian seasons during the year. 

The committee will seek to survey the interest of our churches in a cooperative 
radio and/or television ministry during this year and to initiate programming 
which may become feasible. 

Those churches which are using these media are commended and others are 
encouraged to take advantage of every opportunity to get involved in ministering 
through these most influential of all public media. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Julian W. Motley, chairman 
REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 40 
Celebrating their first anniversary in May, 1976, this group is showing a steady 



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growth and members coming from 21 of the churches in Yates Association and five 
outside the association. Some of these members come from outside of Durham: 
Morrisville, Hillsborough, and Timberlake. 

This group meets primarily for fellowship on the first Saturday of each month. 

Those above 40 years of age who have lost their mates by death or divorce, or are 
still unmarried, are welcome. Notices of the meetings are included in the Associa- 
tional NEWS each month. 

Several members of the group attended the first statewide Single Adult Christian 
Conference held last October in Charlotte and hope to attend the one scheduled for 
October 29-31 at Pritchard Memorial Church, Charlotte. 

To the four churches that have opened their doors to this group for their meetings 
— Angier Avenue, Grey Stone, Hollow ay Street, and Yates — the Singles would 
like to express their appreciation. They would welcome invitations to meet in other 
churches in the association. 

Officers are: President, Claiborne Ross; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Bernice D. 
Eubanks; Program Co-chairperson, Mrs. Darlene Harrill and Reverend Ed Kissiah. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Bernice Eubanks, secretary 

REPORT OF THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

The Yates Baptist Association Student Work Committee sponsored a reception 
for the new part-time Baptist Student Union Chaplain at Duke University, Mrs. 
Velma Ferrell. The BSU students of Duke catered the food for the committee. The 
BSU Center was the hub of our activity and we were reminded of our excellent 
facility. The new director and the students invited us to come to the center often. 
We hope the Duke Chaplain position will soon become full-time again. 

Our BSU chapter at UNC has an advisory board and the Yates Baptist Associa- 
tion has a representative on this board. As representative this year, I would like to 
report that the Christian community in Chapel Hill-Carrboro has a live option to 
work, worship, and fellowship because of the BSU center curricula and activities. 
The program offered is excellent and our young people are choosing this option in 
encouraging numbers. Our thanks to Bob Phillips, Joe Clontz, and the new part- 
time interne because of their concern for persons. 

The needs of college students who return to the local churches on weekends and 
during the summer are still real. At least one new college-career class is available in 
our association to meet this need. Is your churcb able to make one available? 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr., Chm. 

REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Advisory Committee, getting a late start, reports one major event 
held in June — The Blue Jean Jamboree II. 

It is a major concern of this committee to assist the churches in our association 
without staff in the area of your work and to provide a source for inter-church 
fellowship among all of our churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harry Fowler, chairmeui 

REPORT OF THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 

The Ordinations Committee was called upon by two churches in 1976 to assist in 
the examination of two candidates for the ministry. After examination, they were 
recommended by the committee to their churches for ordination: 

On January 13, 1976, Mr. Thomas Alfred Huneycutt at the request of Durham 
Memorial Baptist Church; 

On May 4, 1976, Mr. Herbert Mitchell Simpson at the request of Homestead 
Heights Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Fred A. King, chairman 



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REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 



Resolved, that we express grateful appreciation 

To Curtis J. Crutchfield, Moderator of this Association, for his tireless, tactful 
and efficient presiding over this 28th annual meeting of the Yates Association; 
To Mrs. Emily Warren for recording the Minutes of this meting; 
To Reverend Hubert S. Mumford, Director of Missions; 

To all committees, and those who have worked so faithfully to make this session 
informative and challenging; 

To our speakers. Dr. Robert Winecoff, Reverend Robert McClemon and Dr. 
Richard Henderson, for inspiring messages; and especigJly to Dr. Cecil Ray, General 
Seceretary -Treasurer of N. C. Baptists, for his most informative message; 

To our Music Directors, choirs, and musicians for the inspiring musical messages; 
and 

To the puppets of Grace Church for their delightful presentations of the past, 
present, and future of the Association, and to Mrs. John Knott for writing the 
script. 

Also, we would like to thank our associational churches, Hope Valley, Watts 
Street, and Grace for their gracious hospitality and for the use of their buildings, 
and to the Group I churches (Carrboro, Ebenezer, Grey Stone, Guess Road, 
Imannuel, Mount Hermon, Mount Moriah, Rose of Sharon, University, Westwood, 
Watts Street) who provided the noonday meal for those in attendance. 

Let us also remember in Christian love those who have passed on to be with the 
Lord and the families and churches that cherish the memories of these loved ones. 

Also be it further resolved 

That we as individuals pray earnestly for God's leadership in the casting of our 
vote in the forthcoming election, and that we acknowledge our complete dependence 
upon Almighty God and give Him the glory for whatever has been accomplished in 
the Yates Baptist Association this past year. Let us beseech Him for guidance and 
be challenged to reach upward to greater goals in the Kingdom's work in this 
Association in the coming year. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Norman Gardner, chairman 



ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 



CASH ON HAND 



Oct.-Dec. 
1975 

. $ 7,988.50 



Jan.-Sept. 
1976 

$ 7,226.59 



RECEIPTS: 

From Churches 

Baptist State Convention 

Sales Tax Refund 

Camp Property 

Camp 

I Love America 

Video Tape 



13,393.90 
. . .700.00 











. .46,798.75 



. 408.65 
. 500.00 
. 225.00 
3,237.45 
546.50 



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Total Cash Available 
DISBURSEMENTS: 
Missions: 

Church Expansion . . . . 

Evangelism 

Camp: Supt. of Gounds 



$ 22,082.40 $ 58,942.94 







106.32 
53.02 



Maintenance 

Insurance 

Capital Improvement 
Bond Retirement . . . 



(755.95). 
. 145.55. 
. 980.94 



1,407.56 
2,403.48 
. 748.00 







1,763.01 





. . . 7,496.84 



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Library «&AV A 73.17 208.71 

Youth Council 233.22 

Ministers' Conference 2.06 28.44 

Sunday School 95.51 286.37 

Church Training 6.32 29.32 

W. M. U 62.58 478.22 

Brotherhood 79.77 497.31 

Music . 3,730.95 

Baptist Student Work 150.00 71.78 

Annual Meeting Committee 401.46 

Deacons Committee 2.95 

Missions Committee 28.67 7.95 

Foundation Committee 

Literacy Committee (13.67) 181.97 

Future Development 26.32 

Contact Teleministry 101.49 120.00 

Inter-Faith Witness 

Research Triangle Missions Com 33.34 

Ministers' Wives 54.25 

Singles Over 40 18.47 

Community Ministries Committee 69.82 

Radio-TV 11.53 

Salaries: 

Director of Missions 2,349.96. . . . 7,200.00 

Office Assistant 1,449.96. . 4,500.00 

Clerk 370.00 

Part-time Secretaries 1,183.00. 3,459.35 

Summer Youth Missions (75.00) 

Office Expense: 

Rent 600.00 .... 2,250.00 

Electricity 74.16 254.22 

Water 16.83 48.42 

Fuel 50.28 424.70 

Janitor 104.20 348.30 

Miscellaneous 12.79 108.27 

Telephone 430.09. . . . 1,253.27 

Postage 453.84. . . . 1,285.89 

Supplies 562.81 391.26 

Equipment 437.27 

Equipment Repairs 12.50 173.98 

Insurance 55.00 

Workmen's Comp 17.00 83.00 

Directories 106.50 

Other Expenses: 

Director's Travel 458.96. . . . 1,500.02 

Director's Housing 648.00. . . . 2,082.64 

Director's Retirement 325.01 . . 1,327.21 

Director's Insurance 265.08 795.24 

Christmas Bonuses 205.00 

Social Security: Directors 278.50 

Office Assistant 89.22 263.32 

Secretaries 73.30 200.82 

Camp Superintendent 17.88 82.41 

Conventions & Conferences 315.15 

Printing 133.03. . . . 1,132.03 

Service Contracts 291.15 

Incidentals 90.57 233.33 

Miscellaneous : 

N. C. Sales Tax 139.35 223.91 



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Withheld Taxes 

Other — Addressing Machine 1,353.58 

Camp Property 500.00 

TOTAL DISBURSMENTS $14,855.81 $49,632.80 

Cash on Hand, General Fund, September 30,1976 9,310.14 

SUMMARY OF SPECIAL FUNDS 
R. A. Sports Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 40.41 

Transferred to Brotherhood Account 40.41 

Balance at End of Year 

Camp Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 5,282.36 

Dividends Earned 272.53 

Gift from Will 2,957.94 

Balance at End of Year 8,512.83 

M, T. Yates Home Development Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 134.31 

Dividends Earned 7.24 

Balance at End of Year 141.55 

Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 89.52 

Dividends Earned 4.83 

Balance at End of Year 94.35 

Church Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 1,064.96 

Dividends Earned 57.40 

Balance at End of Year 1,122.36 

REPORT OF THE AUDITOR 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates 
Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1975. My examination 
was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly 
included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
I considered necessary in the circumstances, except that it was not practical to 
extend my examination of income beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, the accompanying statement of cash receipts and expenditures 
presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association for 
the calendar year ended December 31, 1975, on a basis consistent with that of the 
preceding year. 

Frank D. Nelson, CPA 
^ Auditor 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURED 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1975 
Fund Balance 

1-1-75 Receipts Expends. 12-31-75 

General $8,204.28. $59,597.48. $60,515.17. $7,286.59 

Royal Ambassador 40.41 40.41 

Yates Home Development 134.31 7.24 . ... 141.55 

Camp Swimming Pool 89.52 4.83 94.35 

Church Expansion 1,064.96 57.40 . . . 1,122.36 

Camp Expansion 2,544.93 . . . 3,009.96 . 5,554.89 

$12,078.41 $62,676.91 $60,515.17 $14,240.15 



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Cash Balance at Dec. 31, 1975 

Bank $7,267.00 

Petty Cash 60.00 

Security Savings and Loan 6,913.15 

$14,240.15 

REPORT OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE 

The Finance Committee recommends: 

1 ) that the $2,400.00 under item #35 in this year's budget, but not spent, be used 
to establish a contingency fund; 

2) that the fund be made available to the Future Development and Missions 
Committees for the purpose of developing our own "Bold Mission Thrust", including 
a look at population trends in the Chapel Hill-Durham area, priorities in associational 
outreach, and a course of action for implementation; 

3 ) that expenditures from this fund be subject to the approval of the associational 
board, or the executive committee. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gus Godwin, chairman 

1977 PROPOSED BUDGET 

1976 Expends. 1977 

Budget Nine Mos. Tentative 
Budget 

MISSIONS: 

1) Church Expansion $ 100.00 $ 106.32 $ 100.00 

2) Evangelism 300.00 53.02 1,000.00 

3) Camp: Superintendent 1,980.00 1,407.56 1,980.00 

4) Maintenance 2,500.00 2,403.48 3,000.00 

5) Insurance 750.00 748.00 750.00 

6) Capital Improvement 500.00 500.00 

7) Bond Retirement 9,300.00 7,496.84 9,300.00 

8) Library & Visual Aids 300.00 208.71 600.00 

9) Youth Council 200.00 233.22 300.00 

10) Ministers' Conference 150.00 28.44 150.00 

11) Sunday School 400.00 286.37 400.00 

12) Church Training 500.00 29.32 300.00 

13) W. M. U 1,220.00 478.22 1,200.00 

14) Brotherhood 400.00 497.31 600.00 

15) Music 300.00 3,730.95 600.00 

16) Baptist Student Work 375.00 71.78 375.00 

17) Annual Meeting Committee 300.00 400.00 

18) Deacons Committee 200.00 2.95 200.00 

19) Missions committee 200.00 7.95 300.00 

20) Foundation Committee 50.00 50.00 

21) Literacy Committee 200.00 181.97 300.00 

22) Future Development 75.00 26.32 100.00 

23) Contact Teleministry 200.00 120.00 250.00 

24) Inter-Faith Witness 100.00 150.00 

25) Research Triangle Missions committee 50.00 33.34 50.00 

26) Ministers' Wives 100.00 54.25 100.00 

27) Singles Over 40 200.00 18.47 200.00 

28) Community Ministries 200.00 69.82 300.00 

29) Radio-TV 200.00 11.53 200.00 

30) Pastors' Seminars 200.00 

SALARIES: 

31) Director of Missions $9,600.00 $ 7,200.00 $ 9,900.00 

32) Offfice Assistant 6,000.00 4,500.00 6,480.00 

33) Clerk 350.00 350.00 

34) Part-time Seceretaries 4.600.00 3,459.35 4,970.00 



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35) Summer Youth Missions 


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OFFICE EXPENSE: 








36) Maintenance 


4,455.00 




4,530.00 


Rent 


(3,000.00) 


2,250.00 


(3,000.00) 


Electricity 


(300.00) 


254.22 


(300.00) 


Water 


(80.00) 


48.42 


(80.00) 


Fuel 


(600.00) 


424.70 


(600.00) 


Janitor 


(325.00 


348.30 


(400.00) 


Miscellaneous 


(150.00) 


108.27 


(150.00) 


37 ) Telephone 


1,800.00 


1,253.27 


1,800.00 


38) Postage 


2,400.00 


1,285.89 


2,400.00 


39) Supplies 


1,200.00 


391.26 


1,200.00 


40) Equipment 


225.00 


437.27 


225.00 


41 ) Equipment Repairs 


200.00 


173.98 


200.00 




54.00 


55.00 


55.00 




1 Kn fin 




150.00 


44 ) Directories 


1 on nn 


lUD.OU 


19*^ nn 


OTHER EXPENSES: 








45 ) Director's Travel 


2,000.00 


1,500.02 


2,000.00 


46) Director's Housing 


2,800.00 


2,082.64 


2,800.00 


47 ) Director's Retirement 


700.00 


1,327.21 


2.514.00 


48) Director's Insurance 


1,000.00 


795.24 


1,200.00 


49) Christmas Bonuses 


350.00 





400.00 


50 ) Social Security : Director's 


1,114.00 








51) Office Assistant 


360.00 


263.32 


390.00 


52) Secretaries 


275.00 


200.82 


300.00 


53) Camp Superintendent 


125.00 


82.41 


125.00 


54) Conventions & Conferences 


500.00 


315.15 


500.00 


55) Printing 


1,500.00 


1,132.03 


1,500.00 


56 ) Service Contracts 


350.00 


291.15 


350.00 


57) Incidentals 


300.00 


233.33 


300.00 


TOTALS 


$65,808.00 


$49,632.80 


$71,119.00 



EXPLANATION OF BUDGET ITEMS 

1 ) Same (Tax on Garrett Rd. Property ) 

2 ) Increased activity anticipated 

) Same ( Tax on Garrett Road Property ) 

2) Increased activity anticipated 

3) Same 

4 ) More adequate financing 

5) Same 

6) Same 

7 ) Same 

8) To allow for enlarged Audio-Visual 

library 

9) Increased activity anticipated 

10) Same 

11) Same 

12 ) To finance special meeting 

13) Same 

14) Accelerated R. A. Program 

15) More adequate financing 

16) Same 

17) More adequate financing 

18) Same 

19) Increased activity anticipated 

20) Same 



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21) Needed for increased number of work- 

shops 

22 ) Normal increase for active committee 

23 ) Nominal increase each year 

24 ) Ancitipated activity 

25) Same 

26) Same 

27 ) Same 

28) Conservative increase for busy com- 

mittee 

29) Committee to be reactivated 

30) Two special events in February and 

May 

31 ) Coupled with #47 as increased for Di- 

rector 

32 ) 8% Increase 

33) Same 

34 ) 8% Increase 

35) Same 

36) Normal increase 

37 ) Same 

38 ) Same 

39 ) Same 

40) Same 

41) Same 

42) Adjustment 

43) Same 

44) Increase of cost 

45) Same 

46) Same 

47) At request of director, the Social Se- 

curity item of $1,114.00 was trans- 
ferred to Retirement last year: $700 
is being added in the 1977 budget 
making the total $2,514. 

48 ) Increased cost anticipated 

49) Minor increase 

50) Eliminated 

51) Necessary adjustments 
>2) Necessary adjustments 
53) Necessary adjustments 
54-57) Same 



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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 
Organized November 7, 1948 



Date 


Place 


Moderator 


Clerk 


Preacher 


1949 


Oct 


25 Kphesus 


J T. Edwards 


C. C. Smith 


H. G. Hammett 




Oct 


26 Grey Stone 










1950 


Oct 


24 Lowe's Grove 


John Knight 


James P. 


viorgan 


J. T Lennon 




Oct 


25 Temple 










1951 


Oct 


30 Edgemont 


K. D. Holleman 


Calvin Kn 


ight 


C. N. Royal 




Oct. 


31 Red Mountain 










1952 


Oct 


28 Lystra 


W B. Carr 


B. W. Rogers 


Charles A. Maddry 




Oct 


29 Braggtown 










1953 


Oct 


27 Mt. Pisgah 


W. B. Carr 


B. W. Rogers 


G. Fred Lipe 




Oct 


28 Durham Memorial 










1954 


Oct 


26 Bells 


R. D. Holleman 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Jack B. Wilder 




Oct 


27 Watts Street 










1955 


Oct. 


25 Yates 


R. D. Holleman 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Robert Costner 




Oct. 


26 Cedar Fork 










1956 


Oct. 


30 Gorman 


Charles A. Maddry 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Dennis HockacJay 




Oct. 


31 Berea 










1957 


Oct 


29 Temple 


Charles A. Maddry 


Harrell B. 


Perrv 


K K Scarlett 




Oct. 


30 Mt. Gilead 










1958 


Oct. 


28 Angier Avenue 


H. C. Bradshaw 


Harrell B. 


Perr 


John 1 Hunn 




Oct. 


29 Mt Moriah 










1959 


Oct 


27 Grace 


H. C. Bradshaw 


Harrell B 


Perrv 


Victor S. Dowd 




Oct 


28 Calvary 










1960 


Oct 


25 Holloway Street 


Victor S. Dowd 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Henry B Anderson 




Oct 


26 Immanuel 










1961 


Oct 


24 Bethesda 


Victor S. Dowd 


Harrell B 


Perrv 


W. L. Pearson. Jr. 




Oct 


25 Westwood 










1962 


Oct 


30 Grey Stone 


W. Jethro Broadwell 


Harrell B 


Perrv 


Claude Graham 




Oct 


31 Ephesus 










1963 


Oct 


29 Lakewood 


W. Jethro Broadwell 


Harrell B 


Perrv 


Warren T. Carr 




Oct. 30 Mt. Carmel 










1964 


Oct 


27 Olive Chapel 


J Russell Barbee 


Harrell B 


Perrv 


Malbert Smith, Jr. 




Oct 


28 Olive Branch 










1965 


Oct 


26 Carrboro 


J. Russell Barbee 


Harrell B 


Perr 
erry 


B. E. White. Jr. 




Oct 


27 Mt. Hermon 










1966 


Oct 


25 Guess Road 


Ray K. Hodge 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Russell Barbee 




Oct 


26 Fellowship 










1967 


Oct 


24 First Baptist 


Ray K. Hodge 


Harrell B 


Perrv 


J. Allison Fogleman 




Oct 


25 Ridgecrest 










1968 


Oct 


29 University 


Bruce C. Little 


Harrell B 


Perr 
erry 


Ernest Holt 




Oct 


30 Plainview 










1969 


Oct 


28 Yates 


Bruce C. Little 


HarrellB. 


Perry 


Julian Motley 




Oct 


29 Gorman 










1970 


Oct. 27 Parkview 


Ned L. Mathews 


Harrell B 


Perry 


R. F. Smith, Jr. 




Oct. 28 Faith 










1971 


Oct 


25 Edgemont 


Ned L. Mathews 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Crate Jones 




Oct 


26 Grey Stone 










1972 


Oct 


23 Angier Avenue 


John Clayton 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Warren Kerr 




Oct 


24 Mt. Moriah 










1973 


Oct 


29 Park wood 


John Clayton 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Henry Turlington 




Oct. 30 Rose of Sharon 










1974 


Oct 


28 Lowe's Grove 


Robert Winecoff 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Everette J. Smith 




Oct. 29 Braggtown 














Lakewood 










1975 


Oct 


27 Durham Memorial 












Oct 


28 Bethesda 


Robert Winecoff 


Harrell B 


Perry 


Ned Mathews 



Southern High School 
(Trinity) 

1976 Oct. 25 Hope Valley Curtis Crutchfield Mrs. J. W. Warren Robert M . Winecoff 

Oct. 26 Watts Street 



Grace 

State and Southern Convention reoorts in Book of ReDorts and Convention Annuals. 



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CHURCHES PRESENTING PERFECT LETTERS 

Angier Avenue Mrs. Isaac F. Rowland 

Bells Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr. 

Calvary Mrs. Larry R. Johnson 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Mabel Keith 

Durham Memorial Mrs. W. D. Ramsey 

Faith Mrs. Charles D. Glasgow 

Gorman Mrs. Grace Fogleman 

Grace Mrs. J. H. Royal 

Guess Road Mrs. Paul A. Mitchell 

Holloway Street Mrs. Tyson M. Kirk , 

Hope Valley Mrs. Wayne Atkins 

Lakewood Mrs. Fred Pendley 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. James M. Barringer 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Louis Cate 

Mount Hermon Mrs. Worth Shelton 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Charlie R. Parker 

Mount Pisgah Leon J. Goodwin 

Olive Branch Mrs. Connie Garden 

Plain view Mrs. William J. Harward 

Red Mountain Mrs. William Crabtree 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley 

Rose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunnagan 

Temple E. L. Kerley, Jr. 

Trinity Mrs. B. R. O'Briant 

Westwood Mrs. A. J. Frankenstein 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 

Angier Avenue: Mrs. Minnie Barbee, Z. O. Barbour, Miss Mary Brawley, Willie 
D. Browning, C. Odell Couch (Deacon), George L. Cox, Mrs. Ethel Crutchfield, J. P. 
Crutchfield, Harold Estes, Mrs. E. L. Ferrell, Victor Hayes, Mrs. Nannie Sloan, 
and W. H. Watkins. 

Bells: Wade Barbee (Deacon), Dallas Duke, Mrs. Eula Holleman, and Mrs. Elsie 
Thrailkill. 

Bethesda: J. F. Ferrell, Mrs. John P. McDowell, Clairborne Sherron, and Maurice 
Stallings. 

Braggtown: S. E. Casey, Mrs. W. L. Dunlap, Mrs. Mabel Flora, Mrs. C. B. 
Harper, O. B. Honeycutt, W. B. O'Briant, Ed Shaw, Jr., Harry V. Sigley, Ed Sloan, 
and A. H. Woody. 

Calvary: A. N. Hutchins, Sr. 

Carrboro: Bonnie Blackwood, T. Wade Bland, Mrs. Clarence Cole, Mrs. Offie 
Durham, Mrs. George Hellen, Clarence Moore, Mrs. Ernest Neil, Jack Neil, Mrs. 
William Riggsbee, Mrs. Ralph Smith, and Mrs. Dewey Sparrow. 

Cedar Fork: J. W. Couch, Mrs. Elsie V. O'Briant, and Claude Stone. 

Cheek Heights: Albert Gainey, Mrs. Irene Griffin, Ms. Carrie Keener, and Mrs. 
Ruth Roberts. 

Cresset: Frank King. 

Durham Memorial: David C. Brame, Sr., Mrs. J. L. Newton, Clayborn Sykes, Jr., 
Eddie Watson, Jr., and Luther R. Watson. 

Ebenezer: Bobby Burgess, Mrs. Edna Overaker, Ed Tysor, Mrs. Iris Tysor, and 
Charles Watkins. 

Edgemont: Mrs. Bessie Barnes, Mrs. Nora Glenn, and W. T. Suitt. 

Ephesus: Mrs. Pearl Hudson, Theda Pendergraph, and Mrs. Mattie Pope. 

Faith: Mrs. Willie Gates. 

First: Mrs. Cecil T. Allen, Mrs. Jocelyn Bedini, Mrs. Hilda Chapman. Mrs. R. L. 
Crowder, Bruce A. Dean, John Dunaway, William T. Ferrell. M. Leonard Hurst, 
Mrs. Mame Johnson, Mrs. Alan Knott, Ms. Vickie Lorbacher, Mrs. Marjorie 
McGhee, O. T. O'Briant, Mrs. Jack Perry, Henry W. Pickett, Mrs. J. A. Pilley, xMrs. 
Ray Reitzel, and Mrs. Pennie Yates. 



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Gorman: Mrs. Lantie Carrington, Miss Hattie Holloway, Willie Mangum, Larry 
McKee, James Oswald, Mrs. Katie Thomas, and Mrs. Elaine Tilley. 

Grace: Mrs. Addie Davis, Miss Exie Duncan, L. D. (Jlenn, E. M. O'Neal (Life- 
time Deacon), Mrs. David Rogers, S. C. Smoake, and Mrs., A. P Tilley. 

Grey Stone: E. J. Agner (Deacon), Miss Blennie Andrews, Mrs. Leona Bishop, 
Mrs. Mozelle Browning, James A. Gates, Terry W. Cobb, C. W. Cole, Mrs. Lina 
Dean, Mrs. Lillie Eubanks, Mrs. Ila Morgan, James Parham, Mrs. Lillie Prevatte, 
Mrs. Mattie Reed, Mrs. Minnie Rose, and Mrs. Maggie Tharrington. 

Guess Road: Mrs. John Dennis, Albert Hicks, Alton T. Hurley, Mrs. P. T. 
Jackson, Connie Merritt, and Mrs. Allen White. 

Holloway Street: Lloyd Allison, Kelly T. Aldridge, Mrs. D. W. Daniel. W. W. 
Ives, M. F. Johnson, Floyd T.Kennedy, Mrs. Sudie S. Lee, Joel Oates, Grady C. 
Parrish, Miss Ernestine Williams, and Eddie S. Williamson. 

Homestead Heights: Mrs. Harry Phares. 

Hope Valley: Mrs. Yoalder Brunson, John Fletcher, O. K. Goodwin, Mrs. Gladys 
Herndon, Jack Mangum, Claude Maynard, and Mrs. Nonie Reams. 
Immanuel: E. E. Cross, Richard Laws, Coy Whitaker, and Danny Wrenn. 

Lakewood: Mrs. Carey Crutchfield, Mrs. W. J. Hay, J. Cecil Howard, and Amzie 
B. Ward. 

Lowes Grove: Mrs. Martha Creech, Lewis Lowe, Mrs. Delma Perry, Mrs. Sally 
Poe, Hal Randolph, Needham Shipp, and Rowland Williams. 

Lystra: Miss Minnie Andrews, Mrs. Myrtle Bennett, Mrs. Lena Mae Herndon, 
Foy Kirby, and Benson Partin. 

Mount Carmel: John G. Merritt, Lewis Pendergraft, Bernice Smith, and Mrs. 
Olin Sweatt. 

Mount Gilead: Mrs. Vada Goodwin Clark. 

Mount Hermon: Mrs. A. E. Barnes, Charlie Burch, and Miss Bertha Couch. 
Mount Moriah: W. T. Bennett, Jr. (Deacon), Mrs. Mabel Carroll, Frank L. 
Patterson, Sr. (Deacon), and Mrs. Berma Perry. 

Mount Pisgah: Grady Conley, Dallas Lewter (Deacon), and Frank Mulholland. 
Olive Branch: Mrs. Becky Nance. 
Page Road: Edwin Clinton Smith. 
Park View: Mrs. S. W. Whetzel. 
Plainview: Rev. K. R. Crabtree (R). 

Red Mountain: Mrs. W. L Aiken. Frazier Rhew, and Mrs. Silas Triplett. 
Ridgecrest: Jimmy Dawson, and Bill Oakley. 

Rose of Sharon: Mrs. Ida Garden, James Morgan, J. C. Morrison, Mrs. Alma 
Pickett, Raymond Riddle, Garie B. Riley, Thomas Scott, Walter W. Scott (Deacon), 
and Rommie Warren. 

Temple: Mrs. Trela Collins, E. L. Council, Sr., Mrs. Zola Farrell, Sam Latta, Mrs. 
J. W. Markham, Mrs. C. M. Pendergraph, Dr. D. R. Perry (Deacon), Willie Lee 
Rigsbee, and Wiley E. Wells. 

Trinity: John Britt. 

University: Robert Brown, Kemp Gate, Mrs. Virginia Hardison, Mrs. Lovie 
Lloyd, Mrs. Mae Mann, and J. A. Page. 

Watts Street: Mrs. Daisy Briggs, L. Paul Hilliard, and Lawrence R. Simpson. 
Westwood: Mrs. Mary Delehite, and T. H. Underwood. 
Yates: Mrs. John Adams, and Joe Hardwick. 



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CHURCH HDIRECTORY 
CHURCHES AND PASTORS 



CHURCH 


MAILING ADDRESS 


TELEPHONE PASTOR 


Angier Avenue 


Box 11296, Durham 27703 


596-6430 


Crate Jones 


Bells 


Rt. 3, Box 140, Apex 27502 


362-6090 


Henry L. Copeland 


Berea 


Rt. 3, Box 299-C, Durham 27713 




Hermin S. Goodin 


Bethesda 


1914 S. Miami Blvd. Durham 27703 


596-2441 


Tobie P. Stone, Jr. 


Braggtown 


P. O. Box 15022, Durham 27704 


477-6440 


Clell Gibson 


Calvary 


1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 


596-2592 


James E. West 


Carrboro 


P. O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 


967-3056 


Jack H. Mansfield 


Cedar Fork 


Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 




Donald Brown 


Cheek Heights 


826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 




Robert Hubbard 


Cresset 


3707 Garrett Road. Durham 27707 


489-2655 


Ned L. Mathews 


Durham Memorial 


2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 


596-7350 


Gerald C. Goodwin 


Ebenezer 


Rt. 2, Box 422 -A, Durham 27712 


383-6668 


Ernest H. Ferrell 


Edgemont 


1003 E. Main Street, Durham 27701 


682-3251 


Norman Gossett 


Ephesus 


Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 


489-4483 


Jimmy L. Nickelston 


Faith 


3321 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 


682-8750 


Arthur Burkham 


Fieldcrest 


1815 Glenn School Road, Durham 27704 


682-1248 




First 


414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701 


688-7308 


Richard C. Henderson 


Gorman 


3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 


688-3947 


Julian M. Motley 


Grace 


1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 


688-6765 


Fred A. King 


Grey Stone 


P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 


286-2281 


Malbert Smith, Jr. 


Guess Road 


3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 


477-4893 


Ernest G. Holt 


Holloway Street 


Holloway & Alma Sts. Durham 27703 


688-4711 


Aubrey Jones 


Homestead Heights 


4007 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 


477-3859 


Ray L. Cumbee 


Hope Valley 


6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 


493-1809 


James L Murphy 


Immanuel 


3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 


383-1422 


Russell Wimmer 


Lake wood 


2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 


489-2537 


Everett J. Smith 


Lowe's Grove 


4430 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713 


544-1888 


J. A. Fogleman 


Lystra 


Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 


967-1135 


Alan Bandy 


Mt. Carmel 


Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 


933-8565 


Jimmy Pitts 


Mt. Gilead 


Rt. 4, Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 




Brooks Hunt 


Mt. Hermon 


Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham 27705 


383-2982 


Robert M. Winecoff 


Mt. Moriah 


Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham 27707 


489-3425 


Ben Berry 


Mt. Pisgah 


Rt. 3, Box 16, Apex 27502 




James D. Crocker 


Olive Branch 


123 Olive Branch Road, Durham 27703 




Kermit Gray 


Page Road 


Rt. 4, Box 327, Durham 27703 




A. D. Frazier 


Park View 


^FiOn Ar<nHin !5tT<»*>f- DiirViom 977(14 
^c/w r^cauici OLict^L, LJumaiii f i\j'± 


477-7497 


Richard T. Davis 


Park wood 


loi/ \.^iermont rioaa, uurnam iio 


544-1347 


David G. Moore 


Plain View 


Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 


682-2591 


Richard Shaw 


Red Mountain 


P. O. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 






Ridgecrest 


116 Massey Road, Durham 27212 


477-5426 


Paul Couch 


Rose of Sharon 


4109 Guess Road, Durham 27712 


477-3993 




Temple 


807 W. Chapel Hill St.. Durham 27701 


688-7397 


M. Clay Warf 


Trinity 


2123 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 


596-6407 


Norman Gardner 


University 


P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 


942 2157 


Henry E. Turlington 


Watts Street 


P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 


688 1366 


Robert F. McClernon 


Westwood 


2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 


286-1593 


Lawrence H. Knott 


Yates 


2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 


489-2309 


C. Ronald Cumbie 



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ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS 

Bethesda Rev. Harry H. Fowler, P. O. Box 11383, Durham 27703 

Braggtown Rev. Dennis C. Grass, 2805 Butner Street, Durham 27704 

Carrboro Rev. Johnny Ross, Rt. 7, Box 38, Chapel Hill 27514 

Durham Memorial Rev. Tom Huneycutt, 3300 Hursey St., #101, Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Rev. Elmo Whitaker, 1106 Avondale Drive, Durham 27701 

Faith Rev. David J. Poteat, 3403 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 

Grey Stone Rev. W. T. Brogden, 2109 Pershing St., Durham 27705 

Homestead Heights Rev. H. Mitchell Simpson, 113 Midland Rd., Durham 27705 

Mount Moriah Rev. Larry Bostian, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

University Rev. Steven Teague, 110 Country Road, Chapel Hill 27514 



Angier Avenue 
Braggtown 
Durham Memorial 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Hollow ay Street 
Mount Moriah 
Park View 
Ridgecrest 
University 
Watts Street 
Yates 



MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Rev. Robert L. Phillips, Jr., Box 11296, Durham 27703 
Rev. Dennis C. Grass, Box 15022, Durham 27704 
Miss Nancy Hildebran, 2703 HoUoway St., Durham 27703 
Rev. Dwaine Coley, 1101 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 
Rev. W. Edward Kissiah, Box 2686, Durham 27705 
Phillip Whitt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 
Ted Kandler, 1415 HoUoway Street, Durham 27703 
Rev. Larry Bostian, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham 27707 
Lindsay Miller, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704 
Rev. Wiley Oakley, 116 Massey Road, Durham 27712 
Rev. Steven Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 
Wallace Kuroiwa, Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Miss Dubba Kay Hughes, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, 
Durham 27707 



First 



MINISTER TO ADULTS 

Rev. Chad Allen, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701 



First 



MINISTER TO CAMPUS 
Rev. Jerry Pfaff, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701 



Angier Avenue 

Braggtown 

Durham Memorial 

Ephesus 

Faith 

First 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

HoUoway Street 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Mount Moriah 



MINISTERS OF YOUTH 

Rev. Robert Phillips, Jr., P. O. Box 11296, Durham 27703 

Mark Harper, P. O. Box 15022, Durham 27704 

Rev. Tom Huneycutt. 2703 HoUoway Street, Durham 27703 

Miss Jackie Abernathy, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

Rev. David J. Poteat, 3321 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 

Rev. David Rowan, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701 

Rev. Dwaine Coley, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 

George F. Archer, P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 

Phillip Whitt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 

Ted C. Kandler, 1415 HoUoway Street, Durham 27703 

Rev. H. MitcheU Simpson, 4007 Holt School Road, 

Durham 27704 
Mrs. Jim McCoy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 
John Deeds, III, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 
John Newsome, 2100 Chapel HiU Road, Durham 27707 
Randy Bryant, 4430 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713 
Rev. Larry Bostian, Rt.7, Box 182, Durham 27707 



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Park View 
Parkwood 
Plain view 
Ridgecrest 
Temple 

University 
Watts Street 
Westwood 
Yates 



Lindsay Miller, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704 
Randy Gardner, 1517 Clermont Road, Durham 27713 
Norman Stallings, 2515 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham 27703 
Rev. Wiley Oakley, 116 Massey Road, Durham 27712 
Rev. Steven D. Paschal, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, 

Durham 27701 
Rev. Steven Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 
Wallace H. Kuroiwa, Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Larry Molnar, 2301 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 
Larry Dickens, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 



Angier Avenue 
Berea 

Durham Memorial 
Faith 
Grace 
Grey Stone 
Guess Road 
Hollow ay Street 
Mount Moriah 
University 
Watts Street 



MINISTERS OF RECREATION 

Rev. Robert Phillips, Jr., Box 11296, Durham 27703 

Ralph Ellis, 5601 Fayetteville Road, Durham 27713 

Rev. Tom Huneycutt, 2703 HoUoway Street, Durham 27703 

Rev. David Poteat, 3403 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 

Rev. Dwaine Coley, 1001 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 

Malcolm M. Moore, 3905 Rivermont Road, Durham 27712 

Phillip Whitt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 

Rick, Hester, 2527 Ross Road, Durham 27703 

Rev. Larry Bostian, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

Gerald Frye, Rt. 2, Box 211, Chapel Hill 27514 

John Hudson, 1414 Colewood Drive, Durham 27705 



Angier Avenue Mrs. 

Bethesda Mrs. 

Braggtown Mrs. 

Calvary Mrs. 

Carrboro Mrs. 

Cheek Heights Mrs. 

Cresset Mrs. 
Durham Memorial Mrs. 

Ebenezer Mrs. 

Edgemont Mrs. 

Ephesus Mrs. 

Faith Mrs. 

Fieldcrest Mrs. 

First Mrs. 

Gorman Mrs. 

Grace Mrs. 

Grey Stone Miss 

Guess Road Mrs. 

HoUoway Street Mrs. 
Homestead Heights Mrs. 

Hope Valley Mrs. 

Immanuel Mrs. 

Lakewood Mrs. 

Lowes Grove Mrs. 

Mount Hermon Mrs. 

Olive Branch Miss 

Park View Mrs. 

Parkwood Mrs. 



CHURCH SECRETARIES 

Allen D. Austin, 121 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham 27703 
Bill Lamb, 1107 Park Avenue, Durham 27701 
H. E. Wilkinson, 3706 Turrentine St., Durham 27704 
Ralph Faulkner, 3224 Rowena Ave., Durham 27703 
Ward Setzer, 503 Lyons Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 
Robert Hubbard, 826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 
N. Earl Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 
R. T. Foushee, 109 N. Joyland Avenue, Durham 27703 
Charles Ottoway, Rt. 1, Box 233, Durham 27705 
A. N. Gale, 626 Hammond Street, Durham 27704 
Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 
Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletcher Terrace, Durham 27704 
Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham 27704 
Edna Ruth Slaughter, Rt. 6, Box 128-C, Durham 27703 
Blanche Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 
J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Court, Durham 27705 
Louise Garrard, 1306-H Leon Street, Durham 27705 
David Elliott, 2713 Carver Street, Durham 27705 
H. S. Mumford, 1108 Raynor Street,Durham 27703 
Norman Walker, 3327 Broughton Dr., Durham 27704 
Wayne Atkins, 4424 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707 
E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Road, Durham 27705 
Daryl Junk, 1806y2 Shelton Ave., Durham 27707 
Virgil Riggsbee, Rt. 1, Box 141, Morrisville 27560 
W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2 Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Velma Sherron, Rt. 6, Box 528, Durham 27703 
Martin Davis, 304 Crestview Drive, Durham 27712 
Stacy Covil, 1706 Euclid Road, Durham 27713 



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Plain view 

Ridgecrest 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



Angier Avenuer 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 
Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

First 

Gorm an 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Hollow ay Street 

Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 
Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plain view 



Mrs. W. J. Harward, 1520 Fletchers Chapel Road, 

Durham 27703 
Mrs. Kitty Hood, 101 Tracy Trail, Durham 27712 
Mrs. Michael Emory, 6016 Olson Drive, Durham 27712 
Miss Vangie Horton, G-2 University Apts., Durham 27701 
Mrs. Becky Stone, 2601 Ardsley Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Lorraine Blanton, 4706 Chicaopee Trail, 

Durham 27707 
Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield, P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Joe Burton, 4108 Pavillion Place, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Mary V. Millican, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, 

ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 

Mrs. D. T. Jones, 521 Park View, Durham 27712 
Mrs. Clarence Goodwin, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Ralph Ellis, 5601 Fayetteville Road, Durham 27713 
Mrs. Tommy Thomas, 2604 Wedgedale Avenue, 

Durham 27703 
Mrs. Ray Alderson, 6002 Baird Street, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Edward E. Rose, 3300 Hursey Street, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Johnny Ross, Rt. 7, Box 38, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 
Mrs. Robert Hubbard, 826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 
Steve Yandle, Rt. 7, Box 168, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Cecil Vaughan, 2522 HoUoway Street, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Lois Harder, Box 272, Hillsborough 27278 
Mrs. C. R. Pickett, Rt. 7, Box 199, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Paul Shambley, 2003 Medallion Drive, Durham 27704 
Miss Tara Norris, 1823 Glen School Road, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Mel T. Luther, 4513 Cheshire Court, Durham 27704 
Mrs. L S. Thomerson, 3621 Redwood Road, Durham 27704 
None at present 

Mrs. Phillip Hartung, 225 Landsbury Drive, Durham 27707 
Miss Peggy Clayton, 1829 Front Street, Apt. G-12, 

Durham 27705 
Mrs. Phyllis Browning, 2112 Broad Street, Apt. B-5, 

Durham 27705 
Mrs. Robert Helms, Rt. 1, Box 272-D, Hillsborough 27278 
Mrs. Marvin Pridgen, 3923 Swarthmore, Durham 27707 
Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate Street, Durham 27704 
Mrs. J. Cecil Howard, 1408 James Street, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Lisa Mclver, Rt. 3, Box 158-B, Durham 27713 
Miss Jean Weaver, 15 Park West Apts., Carrboro 27510 
Mrs. Kenneth Vickers, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Auburn Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 
Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Clyde Carroll, Jr., 4814 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Brenda Baker, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 
Miss LuAnn Crim, 1911 Leonard Street, Durham 27703 
Mrs. J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 
William J. Graham, 1419 Hudson Street, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Harold Green, 9 Kellom Court, Durham 27713 
Mrs. Bernice Smith, 3117 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 



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Red Mountain Mrs. Ronnie Poole, Rt. 1, Bahama 27503 

Ridgecrest Herman Gruber, Rt. 1, Box 12-E, Bahama 27503 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Milton Belcher, Rt. 2, Box 339, Durham 27712 

Temple Miss Vangie Horton, G-2, University Apts, Durham 27701 

Trinity Mrs. Charles Dismuke, Rt. 3, Box 199-A, Morrisville 27560 

University Ms. Evelyn Culton, Lake Shore Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street E. Kenneth Harrell, P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Westwood Mrs. Tommy Revels, 2215 Albany Stret, Durban 27705 

Yates Ms. Faye Cato, 3930 Swarthmore, Durham 27707 



Angier Avenue 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Carrboro 

Cedar Fork 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Ebenezer 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Hollow ay Street 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Mount Carmel 

Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 

Plain view 

Ridgecrest 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Yates 



MEDIA CENTER DIRECTORS 

Mrs. John C. Laverty, 1006 North Street, Durham 27701 
Mrs. Harry Fowler, P. O. Box 11383, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Road, Durham 27712 
Mrs. Robert Middour, 12 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Lewis Colclough, Rt. 1, Page Road, Morrisville 27560 
Mrs. Ollie Yeargan, 3710 Hulon Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. David Brame, 2901 Ross Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Keith Taylor, Rt. 1, Box 1174, Bahama 27503 
Mrs. Cindy Gann, 1504 Logan Street, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Denny Turner, 1611 Amberly Drive, Durham 27704 
Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia Steet, Durham 27701 
Mrs. Edgar J. Royo, 2408 Tampa Avenue, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Rick Cagle, 2710 Broad Street, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Steve Smith, 2304 Anthony Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Herbert Finch, 3829 Garrett Road, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Box 255, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Robert Tolar, Rt. 6, Box 322, Durham 27703 
Mrs. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Drive, Durham 27704 
Mrs. J. W. Hollingsworth, Rt. 5, Box 693, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Ethel Crabtree, 205 Midland Terrace, Durham 27712 
Mrs. Kenneth Oakley, Rt. 6, Box 381, Durham 27703 
Ms. Gertrude Samuels, 1 Durham Apts., Chapel Hill 27514 
Wallace H. Kuroiwa, P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 
Ms. Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 



Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Braggtown 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 

Faith 

First 

Gorm an 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Holloway Street 

Hope Valley 

Lakewood 

Lowes Grove 



STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 

Bert R. Titus, 225 W. Woodridge Drive, Durham 27707 
Ernest Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Landis Cannady, 1400 Biscayne Road, Durham 27713 

Paul Burmahl, 5337 Roxboro Road, Durham 27712 

C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 27704 

J. L. Glenn, 104 Landsbury Drive, Durham 27705 

Mrs. Lewis Teasley, 3303 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 

Lewis Murphy, 248 Debra Drive, Durham 27704 

Billy Judd, 5105 Green Oak Drive, Durham 27705 

R. E. Broughton, 3753 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 

Mr. Gerald McLeroy, 737 Donlee Drive, Durham 27712 

R. D. Beard, 2011 Woodrow Street, Durham 27705 

W. V. Seagroves, 1608 Logan Street, Durham 27704 

Mrs. John Rice, Rt. 3, Box 336-C, Durham 27713 

Frank Ward, 1511 Ward Street, Durham 27707 

Donald Council, Rt. 4, Box 86, Durham 27703 



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Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 
Yates 



Berea 

Cheek Heights 
Ebenezer 
Grev Stone 



Mrs. Kathy CoUins, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 
Ray Sparrow, 513 Oak Avenue, Carrboro 27510 
Miss Lois King, 2513 Sparger Road, Durham 27705 
Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Road, Durhanri 27705 
George Ray, Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 
Tom Adcock. 2523 Rolling Pines Avenue, Durham 27703 
Coe Strain, 2908Omah Street, Durham 27705 
Harry Thomas, 106 Monterey Lane, Durham 27713 
Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Drive, Durham 27712 
B. R. O'Sriant, 1912 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 
Jerry Fisher, Box 2373, Chapel Hill 27514 
Cecil Kirkland, 532 Reynolds Avenue, Durham 27707 
Brooks Petty, 2416 Pickett Road, Durham 27705 

MINISTERS LICENSED DURING THE YEAR 

Landis Cannady, Sr., 1400 Biscayne Road, Durham 27713 
Donald Chappell, 2707 Joyner Road, Durham 27704 
Erwin Dillehay, 3804 Rivermont Drive, Durham 27712 
Richard Bruce, 4301 Bereni Drive, Durham 27705 



MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 



Cheek Heights 
Durham Memorial 
Grey Stone 
Homestead Heights 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Plainview 



Robert Hubbard, 826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 

Tom Huneycutt, 2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 

Richard Bruce, 4301 Bereni Drive, Durham 27705 

H. Mitchell Simpson, 4007 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 

John Mills, 909 S. Laurel, Port Angeles, Washington 98362 

Larry Bostian, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

Rick Lloyd, South Mills, S. C. 



Angier Avenue 
Cedar Fork 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 



Ebenezer 
Fieldcrest 
First 



Gorm an 
Grace 



Grey Stone 



OTHER ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Rev. Leo T. Bridgers, (I), 2905 Monroe, Durham 27705 
Rev. Louis Stokes, D-3 Virginian Apts., Holly Drive, Al- 
bany, Ga. 31705 
Rev. Robert Weatherly, 3626 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 
Rev. John W. Davis (R), Box 225, Wake Forest 27587 
Rev. Ronald E. Bracewell (O), 204 Chandler Road, 

Durham 27703 
Rev. Edward Gordon (CW) (FM), 3703 Freeman Road, 

Durham 27703 
Wayne Oakley (I), 4409 Bracada Drive, Durham 27705 
Rev. Wyatt L. Scott (R), 1013 Hale Street, Durham 27705 
Rev. J. Thad Ashley (I), 2612 Roxboro Road, Durham 27705 
Rev. Dennis Hockaday (R), P. O. Box 381, Durham 27702 
Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush (C), VA Hospital, Durham 27705 
Rev. John T. Edwards (R), 3208 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 
Rev. Henry B. Anderson (R), 1104 N. Mangum Street, 

Durham 27701 
Rev. James Bland (I), 1208 Duke University Road, 
Durham 27701 

Rev. Ted Stone (I), 45114 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27712 
Rev. Boyce Creamer (R), 2002 Club Blvd., Durham 27705 
Rev. Noell Bell (I), 703 Sybil Drive, Durham 27703 
Rev. Aaron Conn (I), 2405 Cambridge Drive, Durham 27707 



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Dr. John Freeman (PI), 1436 Acadia Street. Durham 27701 
Holloway Street Rev. Hubert S. Mumford (AW), 1108 Raynor Street, 

Durham 27703 
Rev. Lucian Moody (I), 1209 Holloway Street, 

Durham 27701 
Rev. H. J. Melvin (I), Box 11466, Durham 27702 
Lakewood Mr. Carl E. Johnson (O ), 1753 Morehead Ave., Durham 27707 

Durham 27707 

Lystra Rev. Leon Cheek (R), Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Rev. Vernon Sparrow (I), Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead Rev. D. A. Calhoun (I), Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 

Mount Moriah Rev. Harold Burton (O), Rt. 7, Durham 27707 

Mount Pisgah Rev. C. E. Byrd (R), Hillsborough 27287 

Olive Branch Rev. Hugh Nichols (OR), Rt. 5, Box 622, Durham 27704 

Rose of Sharon Rev. Preminto Chrisenhall (R), 3126 Rose of Sharon Road, 

Durham 27712 
Rev. S. T. Dorthy, Jr. (I), 2926 Open Air Camp Road, 

Durham 27712 

Temple Dr. John W., Carlton (O), Box 1027 Wake Forest 27587 

Rev. Hugh Watkins (J), 2607 Tuckaway, Durham 27703 
University Rev. Robert Phillips, 5002 Old Oxford Road, 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street Rev. John Biggers (O), 1819W.B Street, Butner 27509 

Dr. Clark Cahow (O), 1106 Watts Street, Durham 27701 
Rev. Billy Griffin (I), 2715 Augusta Drive, Durham 27707 
Rev. Andrew Puckett, 124 Andrews Road, Durham 27705 
Yates Rev. Jerreal Buchanan (SW). 614 Starmount Drive. 

Durham 27705 
Rev. Clarence Williams (PI), 2112 Angier Avenue, 
Durham 27703 



Durham Memorial 

Fieldcrest 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Holloway Street 

Olive Branch 

Parkwood 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Trinity 



OTHER LICENSED MINISTERS 

Jimmy King, 312 Southerland Street, Durhani 27703 

Marvin Byrd, 3404 Summerlin Road, Durham 27704 

Coy Yates, 1308 Kent Street, Durham 27707 

John Carrington, 4300 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 

J. A. Moore, 3516 Guess Road, Durham 27705 

Ted Kandler, 1415 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 

Philip Churchill, Rt. 5, Box 517, Durham 27704 

Randy Gardner, 23 Parkwood Manor Apts., Durham 27713 

Harry Oakley 4802 Heritage Drive, Durham 27712 

Edward Bishop, 1516 Stacy Drive, Durham 27712 

Gerald G. Payne, Jr., 1313 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 



MISSIONS SPONSORED THIS YEAR 

Bethesda Mission Vacation Bible School, Durham 

Mission Vacation Bible School, Durham 
2 Mission Vacation Bible Schools, Winter Park, Florida 

Durham Memorial Rest Home Ministry: Oak Hill Manor 
Rest Home Ministry: Hillhaven Orange 
Rest Home Ministry: Durham Rehabilitation Center 
Rest Home Ministry: Rose Manor, Roxboro Road 
Prison Ministry, N. C. Dept. of Correction, Guess Road 
P. S. O. Station #8, Holloway Street 



53 



V. A. Hospital, Erwin Road 
Murdoch Center, Butner 

"Land of the Little People" Day Care, at church 
Tape Ministry to shut-ins 
Hillhaven Nursing Home 
Hillcrest Nursing Home 
Dillon School 

Prison Ministry - Butner and Hillsborough 
International Wives 
Food Pantry 
Clothes Closet 

Hillcrest Nursing Home, 1417 W.Pettigrew Street 

Hillhaven Nursing Home, 1515 W. Pettigrew Street 

Friendly Rest Home, 301 Archdale Drive 

Duke-West Rehibilitation Center, 3100 Erwin Road 

Penney 's Rest Home, 2509 Chapel Hill Road 

Rose Manor Medical Center, 4230 Roxboro Road 

Hillhaven LaSalle, 411 LaSalle Street 

Hillhaven Orange, Mount Sinai Road 

Oak Hill Manor, Mount Sinai Road 

Carolina Rest Home, 3119 Colclough Avenue 

Hope Valley Rest Home, Garrett Road 

Hillhaven Nursing Home, LaSalle Street 

Hillhaven Orange, Mount Sinai Road 

Oak Manor Rest Home, Mount Sinai Road 

Day Care Center at the Church 

Clothes Closet at Church 

Food Pantry at Church 

Literacy program at Church and homes 



54 



55 



TABLE A 



CHURCHES 



1 - Open Country 

2 - Village (under 500 pop.) 

3 - Town (500-2,499) 

4- Small City (2,500-9,999) 



City ( 1 0,000 - 49,999) La rge City (50,000 - or more 

Downtown 8 -Downtown 

Neighborhood 9-Neighbortiood 

Suburtan 0- Suburban 



PASTORS & ADDRESSES 




« CO 
>- CO 



Angier Avenue " 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hemion 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Crate H. Jones, 1515 Liberty Street, Durham 27703 
Henry L. Copeland, Sr., Route 3, Box 140, Apex 27502 
Herman S. Goodin, Route 3, Box 229-C, Durtiam 27713 
Tobie P. Stone, Jr., 1910 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

Clell E. Gibson, 204 Bywood Drive, Durham 27712 

James E. West, 518 Pleasant Drive, Durtiam 27703 
Jack H. Mansfield, 202 James Street, Chapel Hill 27514 
Don Brown, Route 1, Box 229, Mon-isville 27560 
Robert Hubbard, 826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 

Ned L. Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 

Richard C. Henderson, 907 Bluestone Road, Durham 27713 
Gerald G. Goodwin, 2714 Wedgedale Avenue, Durham 27703 
Ernest H. Ferrell, 401 Dixon Mill Road, Durham 27705 
Norman E. Gossett, 1925 Ward Street, Durham 27707 

Jimmy L. Nickelston, Route 7, Box 287, Durtiam 27707 

Arthur M. Burkham, Jr., 3405 Cheek Road, Durtiam 27704 
None 

Julian M. Motley, 3216 E. Geer Street, Durtiam 27704 
Fred A. King, 4425 Bracada Drive, Durham 27705 

Malbert Smith, Jr., 3612 Sprunt Avenue, Durham 27705 

Ernest G. Holt, 3121 Alabama Avenue Estension, Durtiam 27705 
W. Aubrey Jones, 3910 Daniel Road, Durham 27703 
Ray L. Cumbee, 313 Cheryl Avenue, Durtiam 27703 
James I. Murphy, 2112 Bedford Street, #21, Durtiam 27707 
Russell L. Wimmer, 3715 Shoccoree Drive, Durham 27705 . . . 
Everette J. Smith, 1923 Ward Street, Durtiam 27707 
Jay A. Fogleman, 4424 S. Alston Avenue, Durtiam 27713 
Alan Bandy, Route 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 
Jimmy L. Pitts, Route 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 

Brooks L. Hunt. Route 4, Box 121, Pittsboro 27312 

Robert M. Winecotf, Route 1, Box 388, Durham 27705 
Ben Berry, Route 7, Box 185-A, Durtiam 27707 
James D. Crocker, Route 3, Box 16, Apex 27502 
Kerniit Gray, Route 6, Box 323, Durtiam 27703 

None 

Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome Street, Durham 27704 
David G. Moore, 102 Montclair Circle, Durtiam 27713 
Richard G. Shaw, Route 5, Box 688, Durtiam 27704 
None 

Paul F. Couch, 104 Massey Road, Durham 27712 

None 

Clay Warf , 3748 Hermine Street, Durtiam 27705 
Norman R. Gardner, 2125 So Hi Drive, Durtiam 27703 
Henry E. Turlington, 110 Carolina Avenue, Chapel Hill 27514 
Robert H. McClemon, 705 Frazier Street, Durtiam 27704 
Lawrence H. Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durtiam 27705 
C. Ronald Cumbie, 227 Monticello Avenue, Durham 27702 

TOTALS 



Durham 
Chatham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durtiam 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Chatham 
Orange 
Chatham 
Orange 
Orange 
Chatham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



1887 
1815 
1856 
1884 
1939 
1948 
1902 

1805 
1941 
1959 
1845 
1939 
1896 
1902 
1891 
1946 
1965 
1916 
1907 
1894 
1945 
1941 
1962 
1959 
1942 
1912 
1909 
1852 
1803 
1824 
1848 
1823 
1814 
1875 
1968 
1952 
1969 
1949 
1881 
1955 
1879 
1888 
1944 
1854 
1923 
1950 
1877 



56 



CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 



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CO 

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CO 



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5 
2 

28 
..58. 
18 
32 
1 


.. 56 . 
76 
26 
63 
5 

.. 21 . 
7 
1 

12 
14 

111 . 
27 
12 
15 
11 
... 9 . 
11 
10 
6 
8 

. . 13 . 
4 
4 
4 
9 

. . 12 , 
17 
15 
7 
2 

.28 
18 
8 
8 

28 

.. 19 
6 

23 
876 



34 
7 

14 
29 
. 23 
23 
53 
8 

110 

. 30 
77 
17 
16 
15 

. 51 
21 
51 
19 
23 

. 85 
39 
45 
35 
9 

. 41 
9 
12 
5 
11 
. 10 
12 
10 
11 
2 

.. 4 
5 
14 
13 
9 

189 
21 
37 
43 
23 

. 19 
10 
19 



1,363 



1,013 
209 
141 
760 

. 644 
524 
650 
211 
337 

. 480 

1.897 
716 
451 
480 

. 313 
415 
164 
655 
710 

2,108 
772 
664 
343 
200 

. 376 
433 
506 
155 
212 

. 161 
378 
283 
215 
238 

. 141 
375 
251 
387 
236 

. 424 
328 
749 
293 
571 



166 
66 
50 
218 
36 
33 
268 
35 
43 
23 
200 
154 
60 
65 
46 
49 
19 
205 
297 
470 
100 
152 
31 
19 
30 
63 
150 
55 
124 
64 
92 
50 
72 
37 
. 5 
53 
72 
14 
32 
28 
44 
266 
22 
333 



1,179 
275 
191 
978 

. 680 
557 
918 
246 
380 

. 503 

2,097 
870 
511 
545 

. 359 
464 
183 
860 

1,007 

2,578 
872 
816 
374 
219 

. 406 
496 
656 
210 
336 

. 225 
470 
333 
287 
275 

. 146 
428 
323 
401 
268 

. 452 
372 

1,015 
315 
904 



301 
678 



80 
160 



381 
838 



1 


i 

10 
...8 
1 




...7 
6 
3 
11 
1 

... 1 



1 

. . 13 
3 
1 
2 


...3 
2 

1 
1 

... 


1 



1 

... 
2 
2 
8 


...3 
2 
1 

3 

...2 
1 
2 

1051 



2 

2 


...7 
1 
4 

6 
.2 
5 
2 
1 
1 

... 1 
1 

2 
4 

. . 10 
4 
11 
2 


...7 
1 


1 

... 





... 
3 
1 



... 

10 

6 

...2 
1 
1 

101 



45,000 
40,000 



40,000 



40,000 
48,000 
25,000 
15,000 
. . . 45,000 





. . . 25,000 
35,000 
35,000 
52,000 
22,000 








. . . 46,000 


30,000 
20,000 
37.000 
. . . 25,000 
27,500 
30,000 
40,000 







45,000 
14,000 
... 50,000 
18,000 


35.000 


. . . . 44.000 



928,500 



600,000 
285,000 
145,000 
471,000 

. 659,000 
600,000 
412,000 
110,000 
200,000 

. 800,000 

1,000,000 
457,075 
486,000 
150,000 

. 195,000 
245,000 
185,000 
707,000 

1,023,300 

1,912,000 
504,267 
662,000 
335,000 
450,000 

. 212,000 
225.000 
270.000 
40,000 
212,000 

. 200,000 
165,000 
194,000 
250,000 
110,000 

. 210,000 
260,000 
350,000 
370,000 
45,000 

. 450,000 
200,000 

1,500,000 
200,000 

1.300,000 

. 530,000 
590,000 
850,000 



21,326,642 



57 



TABLE B 



unununco 


SUNDAY SCHOOL 

uinuuiuno oi Muuni.ooto 


Cradle Roll enrolment (Birth to 2 years) 


Preschool enrolment 
(Birth through 5 years.) 


Children enrolment 
(6-11 years or grades 1-6) 


Youth enrolment 

(12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


■92 c 

= 1 
CO SS 5 

i| 

e = 
% 


Angier Avenuue 


Isaac F. Rowland, 204 Raynor Street, Durnam 27703 


11 


on 
29 


CO 

00 


CO 

52 


2 


Bells 


B. L. Mason, Jr., Route 3.Apex 27502 


U 





oc 


1 -7 
17 




Berea 


K. B. Tripp, Route 2, Box 115-A, Chapel Hill 27514 


n 



2 


o 



1 n 
10 


1i 


Bethesda 


Lunsford Williams, 4424 Angier Avenue, Durham 27703 


U 


QO 
00 


1 on 
lo9 


117 




Braggtown 


Elwood Bullock, 4309 Newby Street, Durtiam 27704 .... 


n 

. . 


. . 40 


. . . 67 


cc 

. . . 00 


. ..2 


Calvary 


Hughes Huffman, Route 7, Box 162-AA, Durham 27707 





51 


Oi 

31 


07 

37 


1 


Carboro 





U 


57 


ob 


no 
9o 


3 


Cedar Fork 


Hubert C. Green,Route 1, Morrisville 27560 





9 


Oyl 

24 


00 
22 




Cheek Heights 


Leonard Hayes, 106 Davidson Avenue, Durham 27704 


6 


c 



c 



1 n 
19 




Cresset 


Marvin Hayes, 401 1 Colorado Avenue, Durtiam 27705 


n 

. . 


CO 


. .124 


00 

... 83 


1 


Durham, First 


Dallas Norris, 2002 Woodland Drive, Durham 27704 


U 


ol 


7U 


01 

ol 


"23 


Durham Memorial 


Cecil Vaughan 2522 Holloway Street, Durtiam 27703 





70 


103 


92 


2; 


Ebenezer 


Curtis Riley, Route 2, Box 170, Rougemont 27572 





CO 

52 


cn 

60 


AC 

45 


3 


Edgemont 


Mon-is Carter, 2423 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 


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Ephesus 


Warren Elledge, Route 7, Box 82, Durtiam 27707 


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. . . 01 


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. . . 'MJ 


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Faith 


David J. Overman, 3515 Glenn Road. Durham 27704 





30 


-Id 
75 


CO 

52 




Fieldcrest 


Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham 27704 





■i o 


i A 

14 








Gorman 


T. C. King, 520 Bywood Drive, Durtiam 27705 


39 


24 


i nc 

105 


no 

98 


3 


Grace 


D. W. Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Road, Durham 27703 





on 

30 


41 


cn 

60 


4 


Grey Stone 


E. B. Huneycutt, 1009 Dacian Avenue, Durham 27701 . . . 


. . 


. . 145 


. . 191 


■1 "70 

. . 178 


. . 12 


Guess Road 


1. J. Mangum, 1406 Barliff Place, Durham 27705 


19 


•i n 

19 


>IO 

42 


00 
28 


2 


Holloway Street 


Jerry W. Bruce, Route 8, Melbourne Street, Durtiam 27704 


10 


42 


54 


51 


4 


Homestead Heights 


Mrs. S. G. Buchanan. 220 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 


11 


24 


55 


cc 

56 


3 


Hope Valley 


Ralph Lewter, Route 3, Box 266-B. Durham 27713 


4 


16 


22 


07 
27 


1 


Immanuel 


Mrs. Gene Smith, 2003 Brocton Place, Durtiam 27712 . . . 


. 24 


. . . 15 


. . . 13 


. . . . 9 


. .. 2 


Lakewood 


Charies Rigsbee, 2322 Cardinal Drive. Durtiam 27707 





0"7 

27 


oc 

26 


oc 

25 




Lowe's Grove 


Frankie Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713 





36 


59 


48 




Lystra 


Gerald Oldham. Route 7, Box 570, Chapel Hill 27514 





10 


19 


9 


1 


Mount Carniel 


J. Martin Sparrow, Route 7, Chapel Hill 27514 


u 


97 


1 ( 


97 

CI 




Mount Gilead . . . . 


Jerry Clark, Route 4. Pittsboro 27312 





16 


. .. 10 
39 


. . , 20 


. .. 2 


Mount Hermon 


Maivin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 





20 


59 


2 


Mount Moriah 


Reverend Harold Burton, Route 7, Box 238, Durtiam 27707 





13 


33 


38 




Mount Pisgah 


J. E. Booth, Route 3, Box 240, Durtiam 27713 





20 


12 


22 


1 


Olive Branch 


Ben Shaw, Route 6, Box 316, Durtiam 27703 





24 


35 


37 




Page Road 


W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durtiam 27703 


. .0 


. .. 13 


. .. 22 


. .. 28 




Park View 


Hubert McDonald. 312 Greenwood Drive. Durtiam 27704 





33 


54 


36 


'"'5 


Parkwood 


Jim Blake, 1607 Euclid Road, Durtiam 27713 


14 


20 


87 


74 




Plainview 


Fletcher Johnson, Route 6, Box 548-H, Durtiam 27703 


1 


22 


46 


27 


1 


Red Mountain 


Lloyd Gresham, Route 2, Box 286, Creedmoor 27522 





36 


11 


13 




Ridgecrest 


Ben Brown, 5110 Pine Trail Drive, Durtiam 27712 


. . 


. .. 58 


. . 100 


. .. 81 




Rose of Sharon 


Boyd Browning, 3125 Rose of Sharon Road, Durtiam 27712 





34 


45 


44 




Temple 


Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, 3318 Mossdale Ave., Durtiam 27707 





52 


52 


41 


A 


Trinity 


James E. Harris, 1219 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 


7 


26 


51 


63 




University 


David Svendsgaard, 118 Simpson Street, Carrt)oro 27510 


18 


10 


58 


76 


3 


Watts Street . . . . 


Wallar.fi H Kiirni\A/a Rn» .snFi7 niirtiam 9n0h 


. . 


. .. 20 


. .. 51 


. .. 42 


. . . 1 


Westwood 


Tom Davis, 2008 Sunset Avenue, Durham 27705 


4 


8 


29 


17 




Yates 


Alfred Dula, 3511 Westglen, Durham 27705 


14 


9 


55 


84 


I 




TOTALS 


179 


1,503 


2,397 


2,270 


1,17 



58 



THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



through 29 years) 1 


Adult enrolment (30-59 years) 


Senior Adult enrolment (60 and over) 


Adults Avi/ay enrolment 


Homebound enrolment 


General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) of church 


Total ongoing Sunday School enrolment 


Average weekly Sunday School attend- 
ance 


Number of Bible Study groups 


Bible Study groups enrolment 


Weekday Bible Study enrolment 


Church V B S. enrolment 


Mission V. B. S. enrolment 


Total V B S enrolment 


37 


136 


124 





81 


8 





558 


249 











102 





102 


17 


41 


29 








2 





146 


91 











78 





78 





26 


16 








4 





78 


50 











21 





21 


31 


157 


92 





10 


8 





679 


364 











259 


69 


328 


34 


. 150 


.. 97 


. 20 


.. 


. .. 8 


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. ... 492 


... 277 


. 





. 


... 166 


. .. 


.166 


41 


84 


35 





13 


4 





306 


179 











180 





180 


58 


167 


34 








3 





531 


262 











184 


32 


216 


10 


39 


26 





6 


4 





146 


98 











59 





59 


8 


21 


14 








4 





83 


33 




















40 


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... 235 


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81 


274 


109 





30 


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3 


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600 


12 


330 


35 


100 


130 


230 


27 


136 


70 





17 


8 


7 


653 


318 











180 





180 


75 


27 


24 








3 





418 


202 











125 





125 


15 


63 


70 





33 


4 





290 


157 


1 


18 





92 





92 


25 


. . 65 


. . . 34 


. . 


. . . 5 


. . . 4 


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. .. 134 


. 4 


. ... 61 


. 


. . . 127 


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13 


43 


3 








4 





228 


127 


1 


5 





110 





110 


13 


45 


10 








2 





105 


80 











65 





65 


25 


129 


142 








6 





606 


340 


2 


65 





183 





183 


17 


135 


168 





25 


8 


6 


535 


254 


4 


70 





185 





185 


25 


. 356 


. . 183 


. 58 


. . 31 


. . 11 


. 114 


. . . 1,520 


... 683 


. 





. 


... 271 


. 371 


. . 642 


10 


109 


21 








4 


46 


323 


289 


2 


75 





109 





109 


42 


133 


76 





20 


8 


38 


518 


320 











163 





163 


9 


109 


31 








4 





337 


167 











112 





112 


18 


49 


36 





5 


6 


28 


228 


131 










234 





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53 


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6 





201 


109 











50 





50 


28 


128 


54 





17 


3 





379 


205 











95 





95 





16 


19 





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94 


56 














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. .. 


. . . 76 


20 


37 


84 





20 


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312 


132 











82 







14 


29 


30 








3 


70 


239 


156 


1 


15 





72 





72 


20 


39 


26 





18 


2 





169 


95 











53 





53 


42 


18 


16 








3 





179 


97 











90 





90 


19 


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. . . 4 


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. ... 68 


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. 


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. .. 


79 


32 


82 


84 








10 





387 


116 


1 


12 





73 





73 


29 


82 











8 





314 


160 


2 


14 














39 


41 


23 


9 





4 





226 


162 











147 





147 


23 


22 


29 














134 


99 











86 





86 


^ 


. 112 


... 4 


. . 


.. 


. . . 6 


. . . 


. ... 369 


. . . 215 


. 2 


. . . 26 





. .. 213 


. .. 


. . , 213 


26 


56 


37 








3 





251 


137 











111 





111 


19 


175 


113 








5 





499 


268 











75 





75 


15 


66 











3 





239 


141 


1 


8 





118 


45 


163 


30 


78 


54 








4 





358 


172 


2 


40 





98 





98 


38 


. 224 


. . 44 


. 30 


. 25 


.. 9 


. . 


... 501 


. . 280 


3 


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. . 





6 


58 


50 





10 


4 





194 


104 











66 





66 


21 


179 


112 





17 


11 





549 


266 











132 





132 




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2,393 


117 


410 


236 


312 


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3,963 ' 


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59 



TABLE C 



CHURCHES 


TRAINING UNION 
DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


Preschool enrolment 

(5 years and under - not in school) 


Children enrolment 
(6-11 years or grdes 1-6) 


Youth enrolment 

(12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


Angier Avenue 


Not elected 





5 




Bells 


None 










Berea 


Ralph Ellis, 5601 Fayetteville Road, Durham 27713 










Bethesda 


Eugene Floyd, 4607 Holloman Road, Durham 27703 


15 


27 




Braggtown 


None 


. 







Calvary 


Don B. George, 1813 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27707 


16 


20 




Carrboro 


None 










Cedar Fork 


W. C. Colclough, Route 1, Page Road, Morrisville 27560 


10 


8 




Cheek Heights 


None 










Cresset 


None 


. 







Durham, First 


David Rowan, 1450 New Castle Road, C-1, Durtiam 27704 


10 


16 




Durham Memorial 


Charies Gibbs, 912 Essex Road, Durtiam 27704 


10 


27 




Ebenezer 


Earl Turner, Route 1, Box 288-B, Hillsborough 27278 


23 


29 




Edgemont 


None 










Ephesus 


None 


. 


6 




Faith 


Mrs. Darryl Morris, 3218 Pembroke Drive, Durtiam 27704 


•0 







Fieldcrest 


None 










Gorman 


W. H. Span-ow, 3320 Clark Road, Durham 27704 


15 


55 




Grace 


None 


4 


9 




Grey Stone 


W. Edward Kissiah, Box 2686, Durham 27705 


21 . 


.... 36 
8 




Guess Road 


None 


10 




Holloway Street 


Rick Hester, 2527 Ross Road, Durtiam 27703 


21 


25 




Homestead Heights 


None 










Hope Valley 


None 










Immanuel 


None 










Lakewood 


None 










Lowe's Grove 


James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durtiam 27713 










Lystra 


None 










Mount Carmel 


None 










Mount Gilead 


None 










Mount Hermon 


Dr. Robert Winecoff, Route 1 , Box 388, Durtiam 27705 










Mount Moriah 


None 










Mount Pisgah 


None 










Olive Branch 


Buddy Sawaya, Route 6, Box 156, Durtiam 27703 










Page Road 


Tom Adcock, 2523 Roiiing Pines, Avenue, Durham 27703 . 


4 


6 




Park View 


None 


8 


16 




Parkwood 


None 










Plalnview 


None 










Red Mountain 


A. M. Hall, Jr., Route 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 


6 


18 




Ridgecrest 


Larry Taylor, 116 Little River Drive, Hillsborough 27278 . . . 


6 


.... 14 




Rose of Sharon 


None 










Temple 


None 










Trinity 


Charies Barthelomew, 2019 Hickory Drive, Durtiam 27703 


23 


33 




University 


None 





18 




Watts otreet 


Wallace H.Kuroiwa, Box 3057, Durtiam 27705 










Westwood 


Mrs. Norman Williams, 5108 Gatewood Drive, Durham 27712 


4 


11 




Yates 


None 












TOTALS 


206 


387 


6 



60 



TRAINING UNION 



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3 
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Adult enrolment 
(30-59 years) 


Senior Adult enrolment 
(60 and over) 


General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) of church 


Total Training Union ongoing enrolment 


NEW MEMBER 
REGISTRATION 


o 


Short Term Member Training Project 
Registration 


Average weekly Church 
Traininq attendance 


Children 


Youth 


Adult 


Church Leader Training Registrati 


U 


11 


35 








81 

















53 






































n 
u 


























10 





10 


91 


15 


18 


3 





136 











136 





84 




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22 


7 


3 





110 

















47 






































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8 


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4 








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17 


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45 





2 





119 











32 


56 


115 


8 


32 


2 


6 





101 


3 


3 


2 


5 


28 


70 




38 


6 


2 





160 


6 


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24 


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45 


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123 


59 


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54 


90 


136 


389 


233 


1,428 



61 



TABLE D 



CHURCHES 



MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 



Angier Avenue John T. Laverty, 1006 North Street, Durtiam 27701 

Bens Mrs. Eustace Horton, Route 3, Apex 27502 

Berea Mrs. Mack Vickers, Route 3, Box 116, Durham 27713 

Bethesda E. Hugh O'Shields, 1 09 E. Maynard Road, Gary 2751 1 

Braggtown Dennis C. Grass, 2805 Butner Street, Durham 27704 

Galvary Timothy Brown, 3300 Hursey Street, #26, Durtiam 27703 

Garrboro Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 102 Melba Gircle, Ghapel Hill 27514 

Gedar Fork Mrs. Don Brown, Route 1 , Box 229, Morrisville 27560 

Gheek Heights Donald Foust, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham 27703 

Gresset Mrs. Ned L. Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durtiam 27705 .... 

Durham, First Mel T. Luther, 451 3 Gheshire Gourt, Durham 27705 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Fred Howerton, 114 Joyland Avenue, Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Dallas Jones, 1 302 Clinton Road, Durtiam 27705 

Edgemont D. Brent Sandy, Route 3, Box 522, Hillsborough 27278 

Ephesus Jeff Rogers, Route 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

Faith Mrs. George Fletcher, 613 Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Lenny W. Weaver, 3607 Wishart Street, Durham 27704 

Gorman None 

Grace Denny Turner, 161 1 Amberly Drive, Durtiam 27704 

Grey Stone George F. Archer, 3612 Rivermont Road, Durham 27705 

Guess Road Phillip Whitt, 2638 Kirk Road, Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Joseph H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Road, Durham 27705 

Homestead Heights H. Mitchell Simpson, 113 Midland Road, Durham 27705 

Hope Valley Mrs. Jim McGoy, 203 Battle Lane, Ghapel Hill 2751 4 

Immanuel Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate Street, Durham 27704 

Lakewood Bruce Benton, 5523 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Lisa Mclver, Route 3, Box 158-B, Durham 27713 

Lystra Donald Parrish, Route 3, Box 358, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Mrs. James F. Merritt, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead Ms. Carolyn Kilpatrick, Route 7, Box 30, Chapel Hill 27514 . . . 

Mount Hermon Mrs. G. 0. Couch, 481 3 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Route 7, Box 186, Durham 27707 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Kay Yates, Route 3, Apex 27502 

Olive Branch John Flowers, 210 W. Oak Avenue, Wake Forest 27587 

Page Road Mrs. Don Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Avenue, Durliam 27703 .... 

Park View William J. Graham, 1 41 9 Hudson Street, Durtiam 27705 

Parkwood Jerry Kelley, 1 1 Emerald Gircle, Durham 2771 3 

Plainview Norman Stallings, 251 5 Rolling Pines Avenue, Durham 27703 

Red Mountain A. M. Hall, Jr., Route 1 , Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Ridgecrest G. Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend.Durham 27712 

Rose ot Sharon Edward Bishop, 1516 Stacy Drive, Durham 27712 

Temple Mrs. R. G. Dunnagan, 3318 Mossdale Avenue, Durham 27707 

Trinity Rex Lominac, 928 Danbury Drive,Durham 27703 

University Mrs. Betsy Taylor, 422 Ridgefield Road, Durham 27714 

Watts Street E. Kenneth Harrell, Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Westwood None 

Yates Larry Dickens, 2009 Southwood #8, Durham 27707 

TOTALS 



62 



CHURCH MUSIC 



(12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


Adult enrolment (18 and over) 


Handbell ringers enrolment 


Vocal ensembles enrolment 


Instrumental ensembles enrolment 


General music leaders enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) of church 


Total ongoing church music 
enrolment 


Average Weekly Church 
music attendance 


Church music study group enrolment 


29 


37 





17 





6 





116 


85 





14 


12 











1 





31 


25 





13 


17 





2 


1 


2 





35 


17 


10 


40 


55 

















122 


75 





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7 . 


. 


127 . 


76 


.... 


11 


28 








8 


4 





71 


50 





28 


49 











3 





124 


90 





14 


12 











4 





32 


24 








15 











2 





23 


10 





. 29 . . 


37 


. 


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6 . 


0. 


124 . 


90 


.... 


40 


55 


22 


37 


12 


12 





236 


192 


4 


25 


36 











6 





82 


31 


24 


16 


25 











6 





61 


44 





12 


30 











3 





71 


42 


3 


. 18 . . 


15 . 


.... . 


. 


.... . 


1 . 


. 


34 . 


25 


.... 


8 


27 





2 





1 





47 


24 








16 











1 





23 


15 





45 


35 


10 


9 





4 





138 


98 





33 


28 











2 





84 


70 





. 85 . . 


.... 238 . 


... 23 . 


. . . . 27 . 


....0 . 


4 . 


. 


467 . 


324 


.... 


45 


38 





10 





11 





138 


94 





12 


45 











6 





88 


56 





42 


35 











1 





101 


70 





12 


25 











3 





51 


40 





...0. .. 


22. 


0.. 


0. 


....0.. 








18. 





14 


27 





25 





5 





93 


75 





21 


42 











6 





89 


65 





3 


15 





6 


4 


4 





38 


15 





10 


18 











3 





38 


25 





. 15 


16 . 


.... . 


.... 4 . 


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. 


. 


35 . 

48 


20 


.... 


20 


18 











3 





15 





12 


25 











3 





40 


20 





20 


12 











2 





34 


22 





25 


18 











3 





53 


30 





.. 5 . . 


18 . 


.... . 


.... . 


.... . 


3 . 


. 


51 . 


39 


.... 


28 


25 

















80 


42 








15 











5 





67 


62 





13 


29 

















62 


45 





5 


20 

















33 


20 





.38 


21 . 


.... . 


... 10 . 


.... . 


5 . 


. 


94 . 


72 


.... 


12 


35 





3 





6 





64 


30 





8 


28 











7 





61 


47 





31 


23 











2 





74 


61 





15 


25 











5 





70 


52 





. 10 


26 . 


.... 6 . 


.... . 


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. 


. 


77 . 


52 . 








17 

















17 


10 





35 


30 











4 





121 


98 





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1,480 


61 


181 


25 


167 





3,787 


2,602 


41 



63 



TABLE E 







NUMBER 


CHURCHES 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 


ssion Friends (5 years and 
jer - not in school) 


Is in Action (6-11 years or 
ides 1-6) 


teens 

'■17 years or grades 7-12 


ptist Young Women 








CD O) 


o "-^ 

< 1:1 


ra ' 

CO '1 


Angier Avenue 


None 


1 


1 


1 




Bens 


Mrs. Clinton Copeland, Route 2, Apex 27502 


1 


1 







Berea 


Mrs, Bennie Rich, Route 3, Box 336, Durham 27713 








1 




Bethesda 


Mrs. Richard Moore, 63 Dudley Circle, Durham 27703 


1 


2 


1 




Braggtown 


Mrs. W. A. Thomas, 5125 Kenwood Road, Durham 27712 .... 


... 2 . 


... 2 . 


... 1 . 




Calvary 


Mrs. W. D. Hudson, 808 Lindley Drive, Durtiam 27703 


1 


1 


1 




Carrboro 


None 





1 







Cedar Fork 


Mrs. Lewis Colcough, Route 1, Morrisville 27560 


1 


2 


1 




Cheek Heights 


Mrs. Shirley Chappell, 2707 Joyner Road, Durham 27704 


1 


1 







Cresset 


Mrs. Harry Finley, 4803 Marvin Drive, Durtiam 27707 


1 . 


... 1 . 


... 1 




Durham, First 


Mrs. H. S. Boyce, 3719 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707 


2 


2 


1 




Durham Memorial 


None 


2 


2 


1 




Ebenezer 


Mrs. Lewis Seagroves, Route 1 , Box 220-B, Hillsborough 27278 













Edgemont 


Mrs. G. T. Knight, 3217 Angier Avenue, Durham 27703 


2 


2 







Ephesus 


Mrs. T. E. Tilley, Route 2, Box 167, Chapel Hill 27514 


... . 


... . 


...0 




Faith 


Mrs. Bruce Tunstall, Route 5, Box 5521, Durtiam 27704 













Fieldcrest 


None 


1 










Gorman 


Mrs. A. D. Fogleman. 2504 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 


1 


3 


1 




Grace 


Mrs. R. A. Crandell, 305 Dacian Avenue,Durham 27701 


1 


1 


1 




Grey Stone 


Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durtiam 27705 .... 




3 


1 




Guess Road 


Miss Peggy Clayton, 1829 Front Street, G-12, Durtiam 27705 


1 


1 







Hollovtfay Street 


Mrs. C. P. Fogleman, 2608 Farthing Street, Durtiam 27704 


1 


2 


1 




Homestead Heights 


Mrs. Jerry Kirkman, 5810 Nova Glenn Road, Bahama 27503 


1 










Hope Valley 


Mrs. Harold Atkins, 4208 Hope Valley Road, Durtiam 27707 


1 


1 


1 




immanuel 


Mrs. Wallace Long, 3517 East Oak Drive, Durham 27705 


. . . 1 . 


. . . 1 . 


... 1 . 




Lakewood 


Mrs. Lawrence Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durtiam 27705 


1 


1 







Lowe's Grove 


Mrs. Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Avenue, Durtiam 27713 


1 


2 







Lystra 


Mrs. John Oldham, Route 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill 27514 


1 


1 







Mount Carmel 


Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr., Route 7, Box 665, Chapel Hill 27514 


"1 


1 


1 




Mount Gilead 


Mrs. Roy Morris, Route 1, Box 298, Pittsboro 27313 




... 1 . 


... 1 . 




Mount Hermon 


Mrs. W. A. Godwin,Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 


1 





1 




Mount Moriah 


Mrs. Ben Berry, Route 7, Box 185-A, Durtiam 27707 


] 


1 







Mount Pisgah 


Mrs. Colby Cash, Route 3, Box 205-A, Apex 27502 




1 


1 




Olive Branch 


Mrs. Phil Wallace, 1009 Stallings Road, Durham 27703 




1 


1 




Page Road 


Mrs. John Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail, Durham 27703 




... 1 . 


...0 




Park View 


Mrs. James George, 907 Torridge Road, Durham 27712 




2 


1 




Parkwood 


Mrs. Luther Wheeler, 112 Foxcroft Lane, Durtiam 27713 




1 


1 




Plainview 


Mrs. Pete Preddy, Route 5, Box 474, Durtiam 27704 




2 


1 




Red Mountain 


Mrs. Bivens Duncan, P. 0. Box 105, Rougemont 27572 




1 







Ridgecrest 


None 




... . 


... 




Rose of Sharon 


Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durtiam 27712 




1 


1 




Tpmnlfi 


Mrs. Lee Beck, Route 1 ,. Box 420-B, Bahama 27503 







1 




Trinity 


Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road, Durtiam 27703 




2 


1 




University 


Mrs. W. S. Kyle, 104 Cedar Street, Chapel Hill27514 




1 


1 




Watts Street 


Mrs. 0. G. Allen, 77 Beveriy Drive, Durtiam 27707 




... . 







Westwood 


Mrs. Robert King, 4813 Lockhaven Drive, Durham 27712 




1 


1 




Yates 


Ms. Eugene Robertson, 1505 Blunt Street Durtiam 27707 




2 


1 






TOTALS 


44 


53 


29 





64 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



\NIZATIONS 


ENROLMENT 


» 

5 


o 

o 
"o 

o 

CO 


Total number of organizations 


Mission Friends (5 years and 
under - not in school) 


Girls m Action 

(6-11 years or grades 1-6) 


Acteens 

(12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women 
(18-29 years or H. S. 
graduation through 29 yearsi 


Baptist Women ;30 and over 


55 
o 

"o 
ZD 


o 

CJ 

o 

CO 

o 

CO 
CO 


Total WMU ongoing enrolment 






2 


... 


A 

4 
4 

5 

7 


Q 


12 

10 

.... 23 . 


1 1 
13 

14 

.... 20 . 


1 1 

5 
8 

28 



18 



.... 22 . 

10 





. 


15 
12 
42 

69 . 


8 
6 
4 
3 

10 . 







.... 


1 

64 
21 
77 
172 


3 




... 2 


n 

y 
2 
5 
3 
6 



5 
7 

8 . 


A 

4 

12 
12 
5 

.... 18 . 





6 

8 


4U 

42 
32 
17 

45 . 


5 
3 
5 
2 

3 . 


19 




. . . 60 


QP 

yo 
57 
60 
31 
142 





8 

... . 



6 

... 


7 
1 

1 


16 

1 

1 
1 
6 
10 
9 


QO 

21 


20 

. 


3 

11 
5 

.... 35 


1 

13 

13 




3 

46 
5 

.... 40 . 


ID 
7 





Q 


6 

9 

. 






.... 15 . 

10 



. 


80 


32 

16 . 

20 

59 
50 

.... 100 


9 
5 
1 
5 

1 . 

3 
1 
5 
4 

9 . 





8 

.... 


O'XA 

132 
1 

87 
. 17 





10 
9 

17 







.... 


23 
7 

131 

73 
216 







... 


3 

D 

1 

1 

Q 


A 

.... 4 


13 
in 

Q 

p 
O 

. . . . lU . 


25 

1R 

n 
u 

y 

A 

4 . 




lU 

u 

c 





40 

uy 

U 

1 

41 . 


5 
9 
1 
1 

4 . 







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83 

11/4 

Q 

y 

OQ 
16 

CO 

68 







... 


A 

4 
4 

o 


4 

.... 


5 
16 

7 
7 

. 


14 
16 

o 


6 

. ... 11 . 





1 

5 


6 




. 


30 
44 
15 
19 

16 . 


5 
7 
5 
4 

2 . 







.... 


60 
83 
35 
37 

34 






1 

. . . u . 

5 



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3 
3 
4 
8 

.... 2 . 
5 
10 
7 
3 

0. 


2 

12 
10 
5 

. 

20 
14 
16 


0. . 



6 
5 
12 

5 . 

12 
41 
26 
5 

0. 


15 

5 

10 



9 
19 
6 


0. 







. . 



6 
9 
n 


10 
35 
42 
30 

8 . 

29 
27 
15 
12 

0. . 


6 
2 
3 
4 

1 . . 

6 
3 
2 


0. . 





4 

. 


5 



. . . .0. . 


33 
55 
65 
65 

14 

76 
109 
71 
26 









4 


7 


7 


8 







45 


3 





70 


1 





4 


14 





10 




15 


36 


7 





82 







7 


13 


13 


23 







40 


4 





93 







9 


5 


9 


12 




10 


68 


8 





112 




... . 


.... 1 . 


. 


. ... . 


. 




. . . 


.... 69 . 


.... 3 . . 


...0 . . 


..... 72 







5 


8 


17 


7 




15 


26 


2 





75 


2 





7 


7 


17 


17 




8 


39 


14 





102 


6 


27 


224 


430 


525 


291 


169 


1,672 


203 


100 


3,390 



65 



TABLE F 



CHURCHES 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 



a> CD 
■a >^ 
CO ^ 



Angier Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memo.ial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fleldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Vallery 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gllead 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Morlah 
Mount PIsgah 
Olilve Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainvlew 
Red Mountain 

RIdgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Drive, Durham 27703 
None 

G. H. Shepherd, 909 Demerius Stret, Durham 27701 
None 

Travis Jackson, 2234 Ferrell Road, Durtiam 27704 

None 

Robert MIddour, 1 2 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 2751 4 
Reverend Don Brown, Route 1 , Box 229, Morrlsville 27560 
C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 27704 

Bob Tarpley, 5314 Beaumont Drive, Durham 27707 

Ken McLawhorn, 4806 Heritage Drive. Durham 27707 
Gene Royster, 3541 Gibson Road, Durham 27703 
None 

None (RA Leader, Mrs. John Olive, 2001 Angler Avenue, Durham 27703) 

None 

None 
None 

Norman Walker, 3327 Broughton Drive, Durham 27704 
None 

Bryce Bates. 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 

James G. Clary. 4009 Forrestdale Drive, Durham 27705 
W. V. Seagroves, 1608 Logan Street, Durtiam 27704 
Larry Wayne, 4306 David Street, Durtiam 27704 
None 

None 



None 
None 
None 
None 

Jerry Clark. Route 4, PIttsboro 27312 

None 
None 
None 
None 

0. C. Mitchell. Jr., 838 Glenco Road, Durham 

None 
None 

Horace Adcock, 2517 Ardsley Drive, Durham 27704 
None 

None 



None 
None 

W. Tom Hott. 3327 C-Vlew Drive. Durtiam 27703 
None 

None 

None 
None 

TOTALS 



21 



66 



BROTHERHOOD 



(12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


RA Director and committee 


Baptist Men enrolment (18 and over) 


Other Baptist Men groups 


Brotherhood director and other 
Brotherhood General Officers 


Enrolment of mission(s) of church 


Total ongoing Brotherhood enrolment 


Other boys involved on mission activities 


Miscellaneous Baptist Men 


8 

6 
7 

. . . . 14 . 
7 



22 




1 
2 

5 . . 





1 




5 


30 



15 
7 

15 


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1 

1 


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15 

13 
27 

69 . 

10 


15 

9 

58 . 







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13 


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29 
13 
14 

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28 








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60 


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90 





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7 . 


5 . . 


15 





3 . 


. 


30 . 


8 . 



























































4 


1 














10 








5 


3 














14 








5 . 


. . 


10 





1 . 


. 


31 . 


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3 


7 














25 











2 














10 



































. 


. . 








. 


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. 





12 


2 


15 





1 





36 



































16 


4 


7 




1 





51 











1 





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6 








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1 














8 











1 














14 








144 


51 


150 


102 


13 


1 


735 


8 


82 



67 



TABLE G 









rcent 


rcent 


Budget prqmotioi 
emphasis usei 
during the yea 


CHURCHES 


TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 


Number Of tithers 


Cooperative Program goal as pei 
j of total budget 


Associationai missions goal as pei 
of total budget 


Simplified 


stewardship Revival 


Committed to Tithe 


Forward Program 


Alt. Forward Program 1 


Angier Avenue 


rreo nnooes, bnaoy lane, uurnam /uh 




9Ci 

do 


0.0 










X 


Bens 
Berea 


Mrs. James Horton, Route 3, Apex 27502 

Mrs. Wayne Farrell, 1216 Carpenter Fletcher Road, Durham 27713 


90 


1 "3 

1 J 

A 


1 

1 

o 
d 












Bethesda 


james ouicKiano, oo uuniey uircie, uurnam ct /uo 




1 H 


p 

.0 












Braggtown 


. Crandall Nelson, 805 W. Murray Avenue, Durtiam 27704 


157 


. .6.47 


.1.90 










X 


Calvary 


Don C. Christian, 307 Spring Road, Durham 27703 


1 oo 
lUU 


0/1 


oi 












Carrtoro 


Mrs. David Bell, 515 Yorktown Drive, Chapel 27514 


1 9R 


in 

lU 




o. 








X 




Cedar Fork 


Mrs. Hubert C.Green, Route 1, Morrisville 27560 


1Q 

ly 


9P 

do 
















uneeK neignis 


Mrs. uonaio rousi, i^ih norsesnoe noaQ, uurnam li /uo 


on 


1 Q 

1 .y 


1 1 

1 . 1 






X 






Cresset 


. Wayne Jones, /uo L.nurcniM urive, unapei niii ^/oi^ 


160 


2 


. , . .5 . 












Durham, First 


U 1 Carniirnn 1Q1Q PlonH'^lo Awoniia niirhim 07701 

n. L. herguson, loio bienoaie Avenue, uurnam ci /ui 




1 n 
lU 


1 K 

I.D 


x 










Durham Memorial 


Plauhnrn Minht 9fim InHononHonrD Aifoniia riiirhom 077n0 

oidyuuiii niyni, ^oio inacpenaencc Avenue, uurnam ii /Uo 


1PO 


1 o 


1 OK 


x 










Ebenezer 


Mrs. Lester Ball, 521 Alma Avenue, Hillsborough 27278 


9R 

du 


1 

U. 1 


n ^ 


x 










Edgemont 


D C Honninn 1010 \Ui\\nr^a QtrDQt Riirham 07707 

cj. r. ueniiiiiy, lyi^ waudt/c oucci, uurnaiii ci lui 


on 

yu 


1 1 
1 1 


1 n 

1 .a 


X 










Ephesus 


. Mrs. Warren Elledge, Route 7, Box 82, Durham 27707 


74 


. . . .14 


. . .03 


X 










raiin 


Mrs, Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletcher Terrace, Durtiam 27704 


55 


7 


3 












Fieldcrest 


Mrs. L. w. weaver, i bienn noao, uumam ci iw 


25 





6 












Gorman 


B. L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Drive, Durham 27704 


153 


4.3 


1.6 












Grace 


David Rogers, 910 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27701 


200 


10 


2.2 


X 










Grey Stone 


nnnnlH \A/hift>inrf h ^71 O \A/oot Uillo Driiin niirtiom 077OP 

. uonaiQ wnitwonn, ^nu west niiis urive, uumam ci /Uo 


440 


. .5.3 


. .0.9 


X 










Guess Road 


Mrs. Maymono i nomas, yiu unaiK Level noao,, b-iu, uurnam li iw 


155 


2.7 


.6 


X 










Holoway Street 


hilrc Uonn/ Dn/ant OROO Uan/^rH Aiianna Hiirhom 0770*3 

Mrs. nenry oryani, dXicc narvaru Avenue, uurnam ci /uo 


165 


5 


2.7 












Homestead Heights 


S. G. Buchanan, 220 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 


95 


16 


1.0 


X 










Hope Valley 


Jessie Parrish, Route 3, Box 278, Durham 27713 


50 


7 


3 










X 


Immanuel 


. Mrs A. D. waro, cWo bparger noao, uurnam fUo 


60 


. . . .11 


.2.5 












Lakewood 


H/lrc 1 1 \klrtTl\ QQOO Uiiinn nriim niirhim 077OC; 

Mrs. L. J. ware, oyuu nuion urive, uurnam iLI (Uo 


50 


5.0 


2.7 


X 










Lowe's Grove 


Mrs. Virgil Riggsbee, Route 1, Box 141, Morrisville 27560 


130 


22 


4.0 








X 




Lystra 


John A. Oldham, Route 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill 27514 


45 


10 


1 


X 










Mount Carmel 


Mrs. ben L-neek, Houte /, box i\yo. uhapei Hiii iiz)\'\ 


40 


9 


1 












Mount Gilead . 


. Auburn Tripp, Route 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 


25 


. ..7.0 


.1.0 












Mount Hermon 


Grover Clayton, Route 1, Box 378, Durham 27705 


75 


22.5 


4 


X 










Mount Moriah 


Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 


35 


.016 


.0055 












Mount Pisgah 


Mrs Ralph Lawrence, Route 3, Apex 27502 


33 


20 


2 












Olive Branch 


Mrs. J. M. Mangum, 4017 WakeForestRoad, Durtiam 27703 


25 


10 


2 


X 










Page Road 


. Mrs. Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines, Avonue, Durham 27703 . ... 


30 


. . . .11 


...0 










X 


Park View 


Sonny Newsome, 405 Leon Street, Durtiam 27704 


54 


2.2 


1.1 


X 










Park wood 


PorlnnH AAn/^rof ialH 1 QQ \A/i^i^lniii 1 inn Riirhnm 07710 

banana Moorerieio, loo wickiow Lane, uurnam ii i\6 




1.0 


.03 






X 






Plainview 


Mrs. J R. Jones, Route 5, Box 516-b, Durham 27704 







V2 


X 










Red Mountain 


Mrs Sidney Ellis, Route 2, Box 245, Rougemont 27572 


15 


46 


1.0 












Ridgecrest 


Ms. Ida Ann Morgan, 5623 Bonnie Drive, Durham 27712 . 


82 


. . .77 


.0.52 












Rose ot Sharon 


William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 27712 


75 


1.87 


1.30 












Temple 


R Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Avenue, Durham 27704 


37 


13 


5.5 








X 




Trinity 


G G Payne, 1313 Clinton Road, Durtiam 27703 


46 


6 


3 






X 






University 


John Thomas, 107 Rainbow Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 


75 


7 


.07 












Watts Street 


Mrs Eleanor Whittield, Box 3057 Durham 27705 




048 


. .027 . 


X 










Westwood 


R L Terrell, 571 1 Woodberry Road, Durham 27707 


63 


10 


5 












Yatoc 


Bob Wilmarth, 3725 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 
TOTALS 


100 
3,594 


7.6 















68 





rOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXP 


ENDITUR 


ES & STEWARDSh 


IP 








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1 new cor 


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.£ 


O 


3 






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gitts 


All Other receipt 


Total receipts 


Money borrowed 


Church staff sal: 


Money paid out 
during the year 


Debt retirement i 


Church literature 


All other local e) 


Total local expei 


172,749 


900 


173,649 





64,577 





4,500 


2,002 


32,817 


103.896 


19!848 


781 


2o!629 





9^483 








806 


3,783 


14,072 


14,683 


U 


■\A COO 


u 


C 71 K 
0,(10 


U 





OoO 


o.ny / 


1 lAO 


133,904 


108,820 


242,724 


1,200 


124,970 





5,871 


7,104 


63,914 


201.859 


168,802 


. . . .4 200 


173002 





47 743 





.52,388 
23,220 


3322 


39 248 


142,701 

78.358 


84,795 





84,795 





21,300 


2,828 


2,152 


28,858 


128,463 


237 


128,700 


5,400 


42,307 





18,000 


2.768 


20,713 


83.788 


97 49R 


1 


97 Qfi7 


u 




u 


u 


fi9T 


y,o^l 


1 Q R1 /I 


19,616 





19,616 





10,857 








292 


6.787 


17,936 


140,000 





140,000 


. . 455,000 


47,000 





2,900 


2,000 


60,000 


Ill ,900 

229,284 


277,365 


4,193 


281,558 





130,000 





30,000 


18.505 


50,779 


138,544 


4,800 


143,344 





52,770 





9,748 


6,459 


38,648 


107,625 




1R 17fi 

ID, 1 lU 




nnn 
oo,uuu 


iQ nt^R 


9RR nnn 


10,308 


1 7nQ 


49 7R'^ 


OOO QOC 


60,597 


767 


61,364 





21,156 








3,540 


25.788 


50,484 


.51,131 
72,026 


1,170 


52,301 





21,870 








1.423 


18,976 


42 269 





72,026 





18,092 





11.194 


1,955 


31,565 


62,806 


30,080 





30,080 





8,334 


1.977 


1,816 


336 


4,557 


17,020 


100 CC1 

I^O,D0 1 


R 19Q 


1 7Pn 


u 


Du,yu( 


1 on r\(v\ 


25,187 


4,437 


30.332 


230,863 


167,573 


122.076 


289,649 





60,015 





3,157 


2,807 


178,707 


244,686 


366,182 


. . . .75,785 


441,967 


. . .12,000 


97,748 





.... 39,335 
29,630 


.6,442 
6,433 


239 252 


382,777 

133,476 


132,319 


1,080 


133,399 


225,000 


28,972 


49,878 


18,563 


132,980 


1,088 


134,068 





44,698 





18,480 


3,776 


49,829 


116,783 


72,640 


442 


73,082 


51,673 


23,496 


87,917 


14,450 


2,089 


14^502 


142^454 


76,318 


843 


77,161 





25,980 


28,424 


14,673 


1,369 


14,339 


84,785 


.63!471 
83,345 





63!471 





23!088 


.0 


. .13,572 
10,405 


622 


8!571 


45,853 





83,345 





27,473 





2,429 


31,599 


71,906 


68,554 


584 


69,138 





23,848 








2,581 


11,320 


37,749 


20,540 


240 


20,780 





8,699 








681 


9,553 


18,933 


41,432 


2,623 


44,055 





14,530 





2,496 


1,488 


12,388 


30,902 


.21 985 





21,985 





6,493 





4,157 


630 


3,200 


14,480 


63,254 


4,135 


67,389 





20,230 








1.962 


14,210 


36,402 


43,387 


936 


44,323 





13,889 





11,700 


1,078 


25602 


52,269 


27,304 


107 


27,411 





9,570 








1,543 


6,373 


17,486 


52,751 





52,751 





17,587 








. 5.354 


5,061 


28,002 


.38,383 





38,383 





13,137 





. . . .12,000 
14,739 


1,190 


3,959 


30,286 


52,198 


25,510 


77,708 





25,712 





1,835 


28,096 


70,382 


39,293 


21,243 


60,536 





10,793 





30,938 


2,214 


14,888 


58,833 


76,600 





76,600 





18,052 





31,608 


2,226 


15,310 


67,196 


21,504 


639 


22,143 





9,360 








558 


5,698 


15,616 


82,798 


. .53,473 


136,271 





30,778 





24,244 
13,212 


1,888 

824 


76,200 
8,381 


133110 
36,661 


56,686 


554 


57,240 





14,244 





131,933 


3,300 


135,233 





39,438 





23,876 


1.761 


69,978 


135,053 


54,224 





54,224 





16,211 





12,902 


1,444 


17,621 


48,178 


100,403 


64,783 


165,186 





82,084 


9,400 


9,335 


3,939 


63,500 


168,258 


125.064 





125,064 





57,271 





16,728 
10, "^20 


. 3,933 


38,947 

14,102 


116,879 
51 993 


66,955 





66,955 





25,826 





1,745 


126,892 


82,191 


209,083 


4,874 


78.026 





1 8,402 


3.000 


112.367 


201,795 


a.887 


609,346 


4,763,233 


810,147 


1,572,835 


555,424 


565,491 


128,010 


1,626,482 


4,448,242 



TABLE H 



CHURCHES 



CHURCH SPONSORED MISSIONS 



CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 



8. a? 



O CO 



< E 



o 5 



Angler Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone .... 
Guess Road 
Hollloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Camiel 
Mount Gllead . . 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Morlah 
Mount PIsgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road .... 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plain View 
Red Mountain 

RIdgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street . 
Westwood 
Yates 



Mrs. 1. F. Rowland, 204 Raynor Street, Durham 27703 
Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr., Route 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Dennis Massey, Route 3, Box 108, Durham 27713 
W. Tommy Kerr, 341 Bandock Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermlne Street, Durham 27705 . . . 
Mrs. Larry Johnson, 705 Pleasant Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Henry Swaim, 1005 Hillsborough Road, Carrboro 27510 
Mrs. Lewis Colclough, Route 1, Morrisvllle 27560 
Mrs. Shirley Chappell, 2707 Joyner Road, Durtiam 27704 
Mrs. N. E. Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Road, Durham 27705 . . 
Miss Maggie Morris, 1410 N. Mangum Street, Durham 
Mrs. Don Ramsey, Route 6, Box 355, Durham 27703 
Mrs. G. F. Riley, Route 2, Box 519, Durham 27705 
Mrs. J. T. Blackley, 301 S. Benjamin Street, Durham 27703 
Mrs. A. W. Capps, 3523 Sayward Drive, Durtiam 27707 .... 
Mrs. Charies Glasgow, 14 Fletcher Terrace, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durtiam 27704 
Mrs. A. T. Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer Street, Durtiam 27704 
Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Court, Durtiam 27705 
J. Leonard RIgsbee, 2006 Sunset Avenue, Durtiam 27705 . . 
Mrs. W. A. Han-is, 1901 Klri<wood Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Tyson M. m, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Harold T. Ellis, 4305 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 
Mrs. R. J. Levifter, Route 3, Box 266-B, Durham 27713 
Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Road, Durtiam 27705 . . 
Mrs. Fred Pendley, 2609 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Mrs. J. M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durtiam 27713 
Mrs. John A. Oldham, Route 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. Louis Gate, 111 Gary Road, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Roy Morris, Route 1, Box 298, PIttsboro 27312 

Mrs. Worth Shelton, 31 7 Morreene Road, Durham 27705 . 
Mrs. C. R. Partner, Route 7, Box 238, Durham 27707 
Leon J. Goodwin, Route 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. Connie Garden, P. 0. Box 11267, Durtiam 27703 

Mrs. W. T. Moss, 4215 Lumley Road, Durham 27703 

C. L. Yearwood, Jr., 2622 Newquay Street, Durtiam 27705 
Mrs. Lewis Ballard, 108 Maybank Court, Durham 27713 
Mrs. W. J. Harward, 1620 Fletchers Chapel Rd., Durtiam 27703 
Mrs. Wm. Crabtree, Route 1, Rougemont 27572 
Ms. Carolyn KIdd, 5102 Stephens Lane, Durtiam 27712 .... 
Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durtiam 27712 
E. L. Keriey, Jr., 2808 Sparger Road, Durtiam 27705 
Mrs. B. R. O'Briant, 1912 So Hi Drive, Durtiam 27703 
Ms. Carolyn Wallace, Box 875, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Eleanoi Whitfield, Box 3057, Durtiam 27705 

Mrs. A. J. Frankenstein, 3703 Knollwood Drive, Durham 27712 
Ms. Carolyn Craig, 4411 Erwin Road, Durtiam 27705 
TOTALS 





3,386 



... 





... 






3,253 


... 


1,458 



... 








.. 





.. 








1,200 





... 




3,386 5,91 1 9,297 303,1 



70 



MISSION EXPENDITURES 



OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 



Associational missions program 


Designated: State missions 


Designated: SBC Home 
Missions (Incl. Annie 
Armstrong Easter offering) 


Designated: SBC Foreign 
Missions (Incl. Lottie 
Moon Christmas lOftering) 


Designated: SBC Christian 
education (schools, etc.) 


Designated: SBC Children's 
Homes (cash plus goods) 


Designated: SBC Hospitals 


Designated: SBC Homes 
for the aged 


Designated: All other 
(Bible Society. 
Temperance League, etc.) 


Total other mission 
cause expenditures 


Grand Total 
Missions expenditures 


5,097 


1,491 


1,904 


5,557 


1.545 


4,012 


1,759 


1.441 


3.215 


26,021 


59,605 


175 


166 


198 


265 


331 


419 


39 


8 


104 


1,705 


3,107 


216 


60 


153 


276 





466 


231 


140 


494 


2,036 


2,136 


1,200 


263 


385 


4,258 


3.149 


1,200 


188 


300 


1,774 


12,717 


32,217 


?,640 


. ... 385 


. . 1,925 


. . . . 2,934 


. . 280 


. ... 677 


. . 171 


. . 295 


598 


. . . . 9.905 


. . . 18.905 


1,560 


160 


160 


160 


160 


160 


160 


160 


377 


3,847 


6.397 


1,373 


321 





3,683 





710 


390 


50 


2,036 


8,563 


13,140 


804 


93 


185 


505 





111 


49 


47 


72 


1.866 


9,368 


225 


45 


89 


217 





100 





11 





687 


1,062 


400 


.... 250 


. ... 700 


. . . . 4.200 


. . 800 


.... 450 


. . 450 


. .450 


. . . . 9.270 


. . . 16.970 


. . . 20.470 


3,000 


879 


3,121 


7.500 


500 


500 


500 


500 


16,625 


33,125 


57,625 


1,200 


300 


788 


3,073 





200 


200 


200 


800 


6,761 


20,047 


50 


























50 


3.403 


1,000 


186 


346 


1.059 





211 


112 


43 


1.156 


4,113 


10.113 


1.175 


.... 906 


. ... 702 


. . . . 2,568 


. 1,600 





. . 167 


. ...0 


532 


.... 7,650 


. .. 15.400 


1,748 





155 


467 





47 


18 





1.427 


3,862 


7,940 


240 








158 





200 





32 


500 


1,130 


2,588 


2,000 





489 


5.341 





782 


885 


957 


6.893 


17.347 


23.383 


2,769 


656 


1,673 


17.779 


100 


1.509 


731 


185 


7.521 


32.923 


44.874 


3,950 


. ... 136 


. ... 788 


. .. 15.570 


. ... 


. . 1,532 


. .. 36 


. ...0 


. . . 30,435 


. . . 52,447 


. . . 76,197 


600 


45 


700 


1,939 


100 


300 


5 


10 


4,863 


8,562 


12,562 


3.525 


1.070 


2,500 


4.834 





960 


636 


300 


1,958 


15,783 


22,292 


773 


226 


406 


917 





71 


38 








2.431 


12,071 


1,570 


10 


349 


2,944 





89 


50 








5,012 


8,676 


1,230 


25 


. ... 472 


. ... 1,265 


. ... 


50 


. .. 50 


. .. 50 





. . . . 3,142 


. . . . 6.016 


2,170 


76 


142 


1,025 





1.171 


389 


391 


60 


5,424 


8,937 


1,425 


180 


658 


1.732 





295 


127 





1.463 


5.880 


15,700 


150 


41 


362 


674 





650 


220 


125 


250 


2.472 


3,972 


450 


180 


435 


898 


60 


754 


360 


406 


855 


4.398 


7.997 


. 150 


. ... 114 


. ... 129 


695 


. ... 


. ... 106 


. .. 58 


. .. 45 


29 


. ... 1.326 


.... 2.449 


2,119 


53 


264 


1,902 





65 


33 


53 


134 


4.623 


16,891 


250 


96 


124 


286 


7 


61 


81 


22 


5 


932 


2.132 


' 538 


29 


188 


683 





278 


38 


1 


145 


1.900 


6,475 


689 


161 


199 


1,044 


17 


104 


74 


18 


489 


2,795 


6,241 


..0 


68 


82 


810 


. .. 10 


24 


. .. 23 


. ... 


138 


. ... 1,155 


.... 5.022 


600 


25 


249 


460 


25 


25 


25 


25 


315 


1.749 


4.667 


i 160 


86 


169 


352 

















767 


1.167 


1 





600 


3,208 














1,100 


4.908 


4.908 


160 


50 


221 


460 





150 


50 


50 





1.141 


1.971 


. 375 








. . . . 3.125 


. . 375 


.... 200 


. ... 


. . 125 


.... 5.950 


. .. 10.150 


. .. 11,950 


1 500 


200 


670 


946 





500 


250 


150 


1,049 


4.265 


5.315 


MOO 


304 


780 


1,059 





100 


228 


37 


2,044 


6,952 


17,567 


1,105 





355 


395 














65 


1.920 


4.033 


800 


1,059 


630 


2,660 


89 


759 


373 


250 


5,190 


11.810 


21.510 


2.500 


.... 170 


. ... 172 


573 


. .. 65 


.... 247 


. . 178 


. .. 25 


. . . 10,605 


. . . 14.535 


. .. 21.198 


n,075 


151 


596 


1.642 





126 


84 


6 


490 


4.170 


10,063 


3,000 


96 


1,526 


4,237 





150 


9 





1.180 


10.198 


24.724 


M36 


10,812 


26687 


117,177 


9,213 


20,521 


9,465 


6,908 


122,206 


382,125 


694,483 



71 



TABLE I 



UnUnlrnto 


UnMlnlYltN Ur UtMUUIMo (k AUUnboobo 


No. church-type missions 
started during the year 


No. church-type missions 
currently operating 


No. other-type missions 
started during the year 


No. other-type missions 
currently operating 


j 

1 

1 
( 

"5 
( 

( 

c 

i 

c 

1 
< 

J 

c 


Annipr AupniiP 


Harvpv Hrain ??Q Hp<itpr Rnari Diirtipm 9770'^ 

naivcy uidiy, cc.^ iicoici riuau, uuiiiuiii ui /u«j 
















Rplk 

DCIIo 


Far! Parkpr Rniitp 9 Anpx PT'iD? 

Ldl 1 rdlixCI, nUUlC C, ry\J^A c-IOKJc. 
















Rprpa 
Deled 


Ralnh Flli<; ^{^0^ Favpttpuillp Rnad niirtiam PTTI"^ 
ndifyii ciiio, ouu 1 rdyciiv/Viiic nudu, uuiiidiii ci i lo 
















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nuuci I vjiiyoiuii, uiuvci iiuau, uuiiiaiii ci /uo 
















Rr^nntntA/n 
Diayyiuwii 


F R nipmptiK 4n?n Rnxhnrn Rnari niirtiam ?77n4 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . 




uai vai y 


Dnn n nhri<;tian 307 Snrinn Rnari Diiitiam ?77n.'^ 
















flarrhnrn 


WIIpv Franklin Rfl? HilKhnrniinh Rnari flarrhnrn 97'^^0 

iiiicy riuiiiMiii, uvjl. i iiiiouuiuuyii iiuau, oaiiuuiu c.(uiu 
















ppfiar Pnrk 
ucudi ^ul^ 


W P. rinlrlniinh Rniitp 1 Panp Rnari Mnm<;uillp 97^(^0 
iv . \j. ouioiuuyii, nuuic i, rayc nuau, iviuiiioviiic ciouu 
















flhppk HpinhK 

viiuwiv iiutyiiio 


C H Shelton 1004 E Club Blvd Durham 27704 
















Cresset 


V A Shore 2905 Gretmar Drive Durham 27705 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . 


. . . 




Durham, First 


Billy Judd, 5105 Green Oak Drive, Durham 27705 
















niirh;)m Mpmnri^l 

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iiuy Vfuiouii, c\jKj\j 1 luoo iiuuu, uuiiiaiii ci lUvJ 








1 


1 




Ebenexer 


trwin uiiienay, ooU4 nivermoni urive,uumam li i\l 
















Pdnpmnnt 


Nnrrl<; 9trirkianri RniitP fi Rnx FiOfi niirham ?770.'^ 

liUlllO OUIUiMQIiU, nUUlU U, UUn UUU, UUIIiaill d 1 \J\J 
















PnhpciiQ 


Arnniri W Cann<; flR?.*^ Savwarri Driup niirham ?7707 


.. . 


.. . 


.. . 


.. . 




Fpith 


1 p\A/i«; Miimhv ?4R Hphra Hriup niirham P7704 


















Thnma«; C Flli<; ^9^0 Shprhnn Driup Durham P7707 

IIIUIIIuO \J. [.MIO, «J£. 1 VJ OIICIUUII LfllVC, UUIIIulll L. 1 1 \J 1 
















Rnrmsn 


Harvpu A Wall IfiOBF fippr Strppt Durham P7704 
















firarp 


Dawid Hpqqpp Aradia ^trppt fliirham 97701 
udviu ncoocc, ivjio nuduid oucci,uuiiidiii ci lui 
















Rrpu ^tnnp 


lark T Rin<;hpp 9017 9nnint Auphiip Durham ?770*S 

JdUiv 1. niyoucc, ckj\i opium rAvciiuc, uuiiidiii d luu 


.. . 


.. . 


.. . 


.. . 




fiiip<;<; Rnad 

vjUCOo IIIJuU 


Wp<;Ipv Snrrpll fi?l^ Hnrtnn Rnari Durham 97704 





4 










Hollnw^v Strppt 


Charip«? F Hiix 2fi07 Rnxhnrn Rnad Durham 27704 
















Homestead Heights 


w. w. sprouse, bU4 hairtieid Road, Durham ^:7704 
















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Linwood Tew, 706 Frasier Street, Durham 27704 
















Yates 


Norman Goss, 2811 Devon Road, Durham 27707 


















TOTALS 





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72 



SPECIAL INFORMATION 



Number of mission Sunday Schools | 


Bus attendance 


Number of college students 
enrolled in Sunday School 


Mentally retarded/deaf en- 
rollment in Sunday School 


Number of revivals 




Does church have, observe plan, use etc7 Y 


Yes 




No 






Doctrinal Emphasis Week 


Major new bidg or remodeling 
proiect within the year 


Ch the Sunday night place 


Pastor have employment 
apart from the church 


Both black & white members 


Graded worship services 


Christian Home Week 


Missions committee 


i6mr,i film projector 


Cable TV ministry 


BSSB VBS materials 


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11 


359 


659 


19 


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73 



INDEX 



Associate or Assistant Pastors 48 

Associational Board Members 4 

Associational Board Report 31 

Associational Officers 3 

Auditor's Report 40 

Brotherhood Directors 8 

Brotherhood Officers 8 

Brotherhood Report 34 

Brotherhood Statistical Table 66 

Budget 41 

Calendar of Activities 12 

Camp Committee Report 35 

Church Directory 47 

Church Membership & Other Information Statistical Table 56 

Church Secretaries 49 

Church Training (T.U.) Directors 7 

Church Training (T. U.) Officers 7 

Church Training (T.U.) Report 32 

Church Training (T. U. ) Statistical Table 60 

Churches and Pastors 47 

Committees 9 

Community Ministries Committee Report 35 

Constitution and By-Laws 16 

Directory of Association 3 

Enrolment of Messengers 14 

Finance Committee Report 41 

Financial Statement 38 

Future Development Committee Report 35 

General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 3 

Historical Table 44 

History of Fieldcrest Baptist Church 30 

History of Homestead Heights Baptist Church 29 

Media Center Directors 51 

Minister to Adults 48 

Minister to Campus 48 

Ministers Licensed during the Year 52 

Ministers of Education 48 



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Ministers of Youth 48 

Ministers Ordained during the Year 52 

Mission Expenditures Statistical Table 71 

Missions Committee Report 36 

Missions Sponsored 53 

Music Council Officers 8 

Music Council Report 32 

Music Directors 62 

Music Statistical Table 62 

Officers of Associational Organizations 7 

Ordinations Committee Report 37 

Organists 50 

Other Licensed Ministers 53 

Other Ordained Ministers 52 

Our Beloved Dead 45 

Paid Employees 3 

Pastors 56 

Pastors Registered 16 

Perfect Church Letters 45 

Pianists 50 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 23 

Program of Annual Meeting 24 

Radio & Television Committee Report 36 

Recreation Directors 49 

Resolutions Committee Report 38 

"Singles Over 40" Report 36 

Special Information Statistical Table 72 

Stewardship Chairmen 51 

Student Work Committee Report 37 

Sunday School Directors 7 

Sunday School Officers 7 

Sunday School Report 32 

Sunday School Statistical Table 58 

Tables 56 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship Statistical Table 68 

Visitors Registered 16 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 64 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 7 

Woman's Missionary Union Report ^>'i 

Woman's Missionary Union Statistical Table 61 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 29 

Youth Advisory Committee Report 37 



75 



NOTES: 



.76 



THE YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

TWENTY- EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 
1976 




YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1977 




PARKWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1977 



Held with Holloway Street Baptist Church, Monday night, October 24, 1977; 
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 25, and Homestead Heights 
Baptist Church, Tuesday night, October 25, 1977. 

Next session to be held with Plainview Baptist Church, Monday night, October 
23, 1978; Calvary Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 24, and Cresset Baptist 
Church, Tuesday night, October 24, 1978. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Directory of the Association ^ 3 

Calendar of Activities 13 

Enrolment of Messengers 16 

Constitution 19 

Proceedings of Annual Session 25 

Historical Table 49 

Our Beloved Dead 51 

Church Directory 53 

Statistical Reports 60 

Index 78 



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DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1977 - 1978 



OFFICERS 

Moderator: Rev. Julian Motley 688-3947 

3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 
Vice Moderator: Talmadge H. Lassiter 477-4230 

3749 Hermine Street, Durham 27705 
Clerk: Mrs. J. W. Warren 477-3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
Treasurer: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Auditor: Frank D. Nelson 383-7137 

447 Continental Drive, Durham 27712 
Parliamentarian: Bruce C. Little 596-7750 

3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 

General Board Members of The Baptist State Convention 

Bruce C. Little 596-7750 

3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 
O. C. Mitchell, Jr 596-2403 

838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 

PAID EMPLOYEES 

Director: Hubert S. Mumford 489-3396 

2821 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Office Assistant: Mrs. J. W. Warren 477-3178 

223 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. Dallas Norris 477-5551 

2002 Woodland Drive, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Camp Caretakers: Mr. & Mrs. George Funderburk 

Route 6, Box 181-A, Durham 27703 596-6689 



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BOARD MEMBERS 

The Associational Board consists of the officers of the association, leaders of the 
Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, 
the chairman of each Standing Committee, the Director of Missions, each active 
pastor and two lay members from each cooperating church. The members of the 
State General Board from our Association and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke 
University and the University of North Carolina shall be invited to sit with the 
Associational Board in an advisory capacity. Listed below are the lay members 
elected by the churches: 



Churches 

Angier Avenue 



Bells 
Berea 



Bethesda 
Braggtown 

Calvary 

Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 

Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 



Names 
Mr. Paul E. Watkins 

Mr. Claiborne C. Ross 

Mr. Woody Massey 
Mr. Dwight Little 
Mr. & Mrs. W. V. Farrell 
Reverend Dennis Grass 
Mr. R. D. Holleman 
Mrs. Emma Daniel 
Mr. James Hutchins 
Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Gibson 
Mr. George Overton 
Mr. Lester Ward 
Mr. C. H. Shelton 
Mr. Ira Pate 
Mr. J. D. Keith 
Mr. Jesse Cole 
Mr. Exie Andrews 
Mr. Roy Watson 
Mr. Erwin Dillehay 
Mr. Elmo Whitaker 
Mr. B. F. Denning 
Mr. C. R. Pickett 
Mr. Arnold Capps 
Mr. Jimmy P. Riggsbee 



Addresses 

2424 S. Alston Avenue 
Durham, N. C. 27707 

109 N. Guthrie Avenue 
Durham, N. C. 27703 

5201 Newhall Road 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
Route 3, Box 265 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
Route 4, Box 351 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
P. O. Box 15022 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
1514 Hermitage Court 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
610 Lynn Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
915 Lynn Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
3-1 Yum Yum Apts. 

Carrboro, N. C. 27510 
1809 Bradford Circle 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
Route 1, Box 309 

Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
1004 E. Club Blvd., 

Durham. N. C. 27704 
1111 Midland Terrace 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
116 Landsbury Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
2938 Chapel Hill Road 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
2706 Wedgedale Avenue 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
2505 Ross Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
3804 Rivermont Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
1706 Avondale Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27701 
1912 Wallace Street 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
Route 7, Box 199 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
3523 Sayward Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
Route 7, Box 271 

Durham, N. C. 27707 



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Faith 

Fieldcrest 

First 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 

Hollow ay Street 
Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 



Mr. Hugh Hicks 
Mr. T. J. Campbell 
Mr. Leon W. Weaver 
Mr. Royal M. Denton 
Mr. W. J. Broadwell 
Rev. J. Thad Ashley 
Mr. T. P. Stainback 
Mr. T. C. King 
Mr. D. W. Porterfield 
Mr. George Love, Jr. 
Mr. Phil Kimball 
Mrs. Bill Worcester 
Mr. W. T. Bryant 
Mr. J. Robert Byrd 
Mr. & Mrs. C. T. Council 
Mr. Harry Phares 
Mr. Charles Teasley 
Mr. Terry Griffitts 
Mr. Preston Byrd 
Mr. Wallace Long 
Mr. B. E. Suggs 
Mr. Dwight Chamblee 
Mr. Stewart C. Rigsbee 
Mr. & Mrs. Leon Driver 
Mr. Gerald Oldham 
Mr. John A. Oldham 
Mrs. S. T. Noell, Sr. 
Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy Tripp 
Mr. Marvin Couch 

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2527 Glendaie Avenue 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
245 Debra Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
3417 Glenn Road 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
3330 Glenn Road 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
3629 Hathaway Road 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
2612 Roxboro Road 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
3015 E. Geer Street 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
520 Bywood Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
3128 Gibson Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
P. O. Box 1355 

Durham, N. C. 27702 
23 Jefferson Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
2909 Beech Grove Road 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
2402 Carver Street 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
210 Monk Road 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
511 Spruce Street 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
2202 Sovereign Street 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
Route 2, Box 354 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
7119 Garrett Road 

Durham,N. C. 27713 
5804 Lake Elton Road 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
3517 East Oak Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
1810 Albany Street 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
2313 Huron Circle 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
1709 Wallace Street 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
Route 4, Box 43 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
Route 7, Box 570 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Route 7, Box 571 -A 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Route 6, Box 215 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Route. 7 Box 663 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Route 4 

Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 
5325 Old Hillsborough Road 

Durham, N. C. 27705 



Mount Moriah 

Mount Pisgah 

Olive Branch 
Page Road 

Park View 

Parkwood 
Plainview 

Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Temple 
Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 

Yates 



Mr. Worth Shelton 

Mr. Troy Wilkins 

Mr. Robert Gooch 

Mr. J. E. Booth 

Mr. Clyde Farrell 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Ray 

Mrs. Anthony Oakley 

Mr. W. E. Stinnett 

Mrs. Kenneth Cohn 

Mr. T. R. Utley 

Mrs. Pete Preddy 

Mr. Edwin Bryant 

Mr. Ronnie Poole 

Mr. Lloyd Gresham 

Mr. J. B. Cash 

Mr. Ben Brown 

Mr. William Garrard 

Rev. Preminto Chisenhall 

Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Kerley 

Mrs. Roy Milliard 

Miss Bessie Mann 

Mr. B. B. Sparrow 

Mr. Robert Hardison 

Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr. 

Mr. Fred J. Herndon 

Mr. Walter Eakes 

Mr. W. J. Peters 

Mr. B. D. Wheeler 

Mr. Earl Earp 



317 Morreene Road 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
Route 1, Box 156 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
2012 Wa Wa Avenue 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
Route 3, Box 240 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
Route 3 

Apex, N. C. 27502 
Route 6, Box 321 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
2110 S. Miami Blvd 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
628 Lynn Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
5103 Pine Trail Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
5107 Pine Trail Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27712 



Route 5, Box 474 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
1822 Penrod Road 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
Route 1, Box 407-A 

Bahama, N. C. 27503 
Route 2, Box 286 

Creedmoor, N. C. 27522 
217 Midland Road 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
5110 Pine Trail Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
3240 Rose of Sharon Road 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
3126 Rose of Sharon Road 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
2808 Sparger Road 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
2315 Glover Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
2021 So Hi Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
100 Chase Avenue 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
811 Old Mill Road 

Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
1913 Glendale Avenue 

Durham, N. C. 27701 
3317 Hope Valley Road 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
1210 Carolina Avenue 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
607 Candlewood Place 

Durham, N. C. 27704 
2525 Chapel Hill Road 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
3210 Chapel Hill Road 

Durham, N. C. 27707 



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OFFICERS OF ORGANIZATIONS 
SUNDAY SCHOOL 



General Director: Johnny E. Ross 933-6872 

Route 7, Box 38, Chapel Hill 27514 
Adult Director: Rev. Norman Gardner 596-6508 

2203^ So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 
Youth Director: Mark Harper 477-6440 

P. O. Box 15022, Durham 27704 
Older Children's Director: Mrs. J. E. O'Briant 596-5236 

2017 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 
Middle Children's Director: Miss Dubba Kay Hughes 489-2309 

2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Younger Children's Director: Mrs. J. Harold Craig 471-4688 

926 Femcrest Drive, Durham 27705 
Older Preschool Director: Mrs. Janet Whitaker 929-9626 

P. O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 
Younger Preschool Director: Mrs. Norman Gardner 596-6508 

2203 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Director: Floyd Rhodes 489-3509 

3305 Dixon Road, Durham 27707 

WOMAN S MISSIONARY UNION 

Director: Mrs. J. Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 
Assistant Director: Mrs. Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham 27705 
Secretary /Treasurer: Mrs. James Harris 596-5185 

1219 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 
Program Director: Mrs. W. B. Harrill 596-3031 

420 Idlewood Street, Durham 27703 
Mission Action Director: Mrs. M. T. Mangum 489-3534 

2203 University Drive, Durham 27707 
Murdoch Mission Action: Mrs. V. J. Chance 688-1355 

100 W. Markham Avenue, Durham 27701 
Historian: Mrs. B. R. O'Briant 596-4644 

1912 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 
Baptist Women Director: Miss Peggy Clayton 383-2220 

1829 Front Street, G-12, Durham 27705 
Assistant BW Director: 

BYW Director: Miss Betty Jean Faulkner 471-1823 

1-6 British Wood Apt., Durham 27704 
Assistant BYW Director: Mrs. Merle Edmonds 

716 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 
Acteens Director: Mrs. Pete Preddy 682-2305 

Route 5, Box 474, Durham 27704 
Assistant Acteens Director: 

Girls In Action Director: Mrs. Don Mitchell 596-4618 

1902 Bethesda Avenue, Durham 27703 
Assistant GA Director: Mrs. Gary Rigsbee 489-7636 

3132 Dixon Road, Durham 27707 
Mission Friends Director: Mrs. Thomas Fletcher 596-1020 

Route 6, Box 543-K, Durham 27703 
Assistant MF Director: Mrs. Joanne Wheeler 596-4039 

Route 4, Box 371 C-2, Durham 27703 
Grfoup I Leader: Mrs. Thad Grimshaw 471-1053 

'6502 Whitt Road, Durham 27705 
Group II Leader: Mrs. John A. Oldham 942-5305 

Route 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 27514 

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Group III Leader: Mrs. Robert Watson 596-6226 

Route 6, Box 556, Durham 27703 
Group IV Leader: Mrs. J. E. O'Briant 596-5236 

2017 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 
Chorister: Mrs. Carlton O. Couch 383-2208 

4813 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 
Pianist: Miss Peggy Clayton 383-2220 

1829 Front Street, G-12, Durham 27705 

MUSIC COUNCIL 

Director: Larry Dickens (ch) 489-2309 

2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
Wiley Oakley Hugh O'Shields 

Dennis Grass Ron Richardson 

Denny Turner Phil Whitt 

Janet Whitaker Harold Craig 

Each member of the council will serve as an area chairman. The area assignments 
are as follows: 
Area I: 

Wiley Oakley, Ridgecrest, 116 Massey Road, Durham 27712 (ch) 477-5426 

A. M. Hall, Jr., Red Mountain, Route 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 477-3774 

Dallas Jones, Ebenezer, 1302 CHnton Road, Durham 27703 596-5768 

Steve Barnes, Homestead Heights, 2025 Wilbon Street, Durham 27704 . 477-3459 
Edward H. Bishop, Rose of Sharon, 1516 Stacy Drive, Durham 27712 . . 477-0843 

Area II: 

Dennis Grass, Braggtown, Box 15022, Durham 27704 (ch) 477-6440 

Rex Lominac, Trinity, 928 Danbury Drive, Durham 27703 596-8049 

Wm. J. Graham, Park View, 1419 Hudson Street, Durham, 27704 477-2957 

Ray Alderson, Calvary, 6002 Baird, Durham 27705 477-9071 

R. J. Shropshire, Bethesda, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 . . . (ch)596-2441 
Mrs. Don Mitchell, Page Road, 1902 Bethesda Avenue, Durham 27703 . 596-4618 

Area III: 

Denny L. Turner, Grace, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 (ch) 688-6765 

Mel T. Luther, First, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

Joseph H. McGugan, Holloway Street, 2531 Fairlawn Road, Durham 27705 

477-6327 

E. Kenneth Harrell, Watts Street, Box 3057, Durham 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

John T. Laverty, Angier Avenue, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

David Phipps, Edgemont, 1408 Shawnee Street, Durham 27701 688-2145 

Area IV: 

Mrs. Janet Whitaker. Carrboro, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 (ch) 967-3056 

Mrs. Betsy Taylor, University, 422 Ridgefield Road, Chaoel Hill 27514 . 967-7697 
Mrs. J. F. Merritt, Mt. Carmel, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 . . . 942-5214 

Gary Oakley, Lystra, Rt. 3, Box , Chapel Hill 27514 933-6610 

Mrs. Bill Kilpatrick, Mt. Gilead, Rt. 7, Box 30, Chapel Hill 27514 929-6535 

Mrs. Ray Johnson, Bells, Box 235, Pittsboro 27312 542-4416 

Area V: 

Hugh 0'Shields,Gorman, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 (ch) 688-3947 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, Durham Mem. 1910 Essex Road,, Durham 27704 . 688-4064 
Mrs. George Fletcher, Faith, 613 Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 . 596-8501 
Norman P. Stallings, Plainview, 2515 Rolling Pines Rd., Durham 27703 596-7433 

John Flowers, Olive Branch, 210 W. Oak Ave., Wake Forest 27587 556-5954 

Donald M. Foust, Cheek Heights, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham 27703 596-8379 

Area VI: 

Ron Richardson, Cresset, 3707 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 (ch) 489-2655 

Mrs. Ned Mathews, Cresset, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 489-2513 

Mrs. Marvin Pridgen, Hope Valley, 3923 Swarthmore Street 27707 489-7200 

Jeff Rogers, Ephesus, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 489-4483 



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Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Mount Moriah, Rt. 7, Box 186, Durham 27707 489-5853 



Mrs. Mack Vickers, Berea, Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham 27713 544-1464 

Mrs. Don Brown, Cedar Fork, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 544-1824 

Area VII: 

Phillip Whitt, Guess Road, 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

Mrs. Lenny W. Weaver, Fieldcrest, 3607 Wishart Street, Durham 27704 682-4083 
Mrs. C. O. Couch, Mt. Hermon, 4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 383-2208 
Mrs. David W. Bell, Immanuel, 1822 Northgate Street, Durham 27704 477-5134 
Mrs. R. L. Terrell, Westwood, 5711 Woodberry Street, Durham 27707 489-8123 
Perry Norris, Grey Stone, 1101 Iredelle Street, Durham 27705 286-1120 

Area VII: 

Harold Craig, Temple, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 . . (ch) 688-7397 

John Daugherty, Parkwood, 2824-B Barmettler, Raleigh 27607 833-3731 

Mrs. Odell Yates, Mt. Pisgah, Route 3, Apex 27502 362-7209 

Charles Bartee, Lowe's Grove, Rt. 4, Box 44, Durham 27713 544-1117 

Larry Dickens, Yates, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

Bruce J. Benton, Lakewood, 5523 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 489-4910 

CHURCH MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY 

President: Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree 477-4660 

205 Midland Road, Durham 27712 
Media Edu. Director: Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree 477-4521 

Route 1, Box 347-A, Bahama 27503 
Technical Processes Consultant: Mrs. Ralph Clements 477-3484 

P. O. Box 135, Bahama 27503 
Program Chairman: Mrs. Edgar J. Royo 286-3245 

2408 Tampa Avenue, Durham 27705 
Secretary: Mrs. Robert Middour 929-9040 

12 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 

BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

Director: J. Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 
R. A. Director: Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park drive, Durham 27705 

Jim Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham 27713 544-2314 

Larry Boles, 709 Crosby Drive, Durham 27704 471-2305 

James M. Clary, 4009 Forestdale Drive, Durham 27705 383-2955 

Merle Edmonds, 716 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 596-5278 

W. T. Harris, 2610 Carver Street, Durham 27705 477-7067 

Sidney C. Hart, 2710 Wedgedale Avenue, Durham 27703 596-4632 

COMMIITEES 

Annual Meeting: 

(78) Rev. Clay Warf, Chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

(79) Rev. Gerald Goodwin, 2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 . (ch) 596-7350 

(80) Rev. Jack Mansfield, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 (ch) 967-3056 

Calendar: 

(79) Mrs. Betty Mae Dickey, Chm., 2009 Wa Wa Ave., Durham 27707 . . 489-3746 

(78) Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road, Durham 27707 489-7152 

(80) Mrs. Vernon Weaver, 3009 Shannon Road, Durham 27707 489-3925 

Camp: 

(79) George C. Love, Chm., P. O. Box 1355, Durham 27702 682-1879 

(78) Rev. Robby Phillips, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

(78) Clyde W. Robinson, Jr., 933 Danbury Drive, Durham 27703 596-5138 

(78) Rev. Lawrence H. Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durham 27705 383-3653 

(79) John Dilday, 305 Monticello Avenue, Durham 27707 489-0696 

(79) Buddy Lynam, 1712 Bedford Street, Durham 27707 489-9423 



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(80) Tommy Lamm, 4012 Guess Road, Durham 27705 477-1546 

George W. Ray, Director, Route 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 596-7304 

(Ex. O.) A. B. Stone, Jr., 2700 Bexley Avenue, Durham 27707 489-6433 

Community Ministries: 

(80) Bruce Little, Chm., 3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 596-7750 

(78) Rev. Arthur Burkam, 3321 Cheek Road, Durham 27704- (ch) 682-8750 

(78) Mrs. Dayton C. Gates, Route 2, Box 20, Rougemont 27572 477-0039 

(78) W. E. Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 596-8029 

(79) Mrs. Mike Chappell, 1515 Bramble Drive, Durham 27712 477-4306 

(79) Mrs. Leon E. Driver, Route 4, Box 43, Durham 27703 544-2474 

(79) Rev. Norman Gossett, 1003 E. Main Street, Durham 27701 (ch) 682-3251 

(80) Rev. Elmo Whitaker, 1706 Avondale Drive, Durham 27701 688-2048 

(80) Rev. Robert Hubbard, 826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 688-8891 

(Ex. O.) W. W. Sprouse, 504 Fairfield Road, Durham 27704 477-2916 

Constitution: 

(79) Rev. J. A. Fogleman, Chm., 3934 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713 

(78) Larry Bumgardner, 1203 N. Gregson Street, Durham 27701 682-6466 

(80) Mrs. Helen Cash, 2614 Kirk Road, Durham 27705 477-4453 

Deacons: 

(78) Hugh Hicks, Chm., 2527 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27704 471-1989 

(79) Cecil G. Vaughan, 2522 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 596-7255 

(79) Mrs. W. M. Long, 3517 East Oak Drive, Durham 27712 383-4482 

(80) Mrs. Royce Jeffries, 3704 Hermine Street, Durham 27705 477-2332 

(80) John Lloyd, 4909 Heritage Drive, Durham 27712 477-5975 

Evangelism: 

(80) Rev. Juhus Lee, Chm., 4109 Guess Road, Durham 27705 (ch) 477-3993 

(78) Rev. Jimmy Pitts, Route 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 933-8565 

(78) Rev. Tobie Stone, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 (ch) 596-2441 

(79) J. D. Lee, 3546 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 688-2448 

(80) Thomas C. King, 520 Bywood Drive, Durham 27712 477-6936 

Finance: 

(79) C. B. Tart, Jr., Chm., 5517 Ventura Drive, Durham 27712 471-4384 

(78) Louis Carver, 1211 W. Cornwallis Road, Durham 27705 489-5240 

(78) Dallas Norris, 4306 David Street, Durham 27704 477-5551 

(79) Mrs. Rollin S. Burhans, Route 8, Box 399, Durham 27712 477-5170 

(80) Gerald D. McLeroy, 737 Donlee Drive, Durham 27705 477-4785 

(80) Wade Green, 447 Princess Ann Drive, Durham 27703 596-2385 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Treas., Route 2, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 

Future Development: 

(78) Mrs. L. D. Harward, Jr., Chm., 1814 Chandellay St., Durham 27704 477-8039 

(79) William G. Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 .... 383-2925 

(79) Floyd Fletcher, 26 Staley Place, Durham 27705 383-2052 

(80) Vance Fisher, P. O. Box 11068, Durham 27703 596-6160 

(80) Doug Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Road, Durham 27703 596-2055 

(Ex. O.) Billy Garrett, 2304 Barrymore Avenue, Durham 27705 477-3058 

Institution: 

W. K. Boger, Chm., 912 Green Street, Durham 27701 682-4205 

C. Richard May (Children's Homes), 5105 Pineway Drive 27705 .... 383-2170 
Genie H. Shepherd (Homes for Aging), 909 Demerius St. 27701 .... 682-2040 
Ed. T. Newton (Colleges), 406 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27701 . . 682-6446 
W. P. Wells (Hospital), 2205 Wilson Street, Durham 27705 286-1810 

Inter- Faith Wtness: 

(79) Rev. Aubrey Jones, Chm., Holloway & Alma Streets 27703 . (ch) 688-4711 

(78) W. J. Broadwell, 3629 Hathaway Road, Durham 27707 489-7152 

(79) Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr., 1913 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701 . 682-4955 

(80) John A. Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701 682-7154 

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(80) Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Missions: 

(78) Rev. Richard Shaw, Chm., Route 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 (ch) 682-2591 
(78) Mrs. W. T. Dorrity, 2306 Gate Hill Drive, Durham 27705 383-3405 

(78) Elbert Hardee, Route 7, Pittsboro Road, Chapel Hill 27514 933-1081 

(79) E. Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Avenue, Durham 27707 489-9881 

(79) Mrs. Crate Jones, 1515 Liberty Street, Durham 27703 682-5363 

(79) A. Newton King, Jr., 1410 Vickers Avenue, Durham 27707 489-1859 

(80) Billy B. Sparrow, 100 Chase Avenue, Chapel Hill 27514 942-4025 

(Ex. O.) Stewart A. Wallace, 614 Brookwood Drive, Durham 27707 .... 489-7360 

Nominations: 

(79) Mrs. W. B. Harrill, Chm., 420 Idlewood Street, Durham 27703 . . . 596-3031 
(78) Mrs. C. Horton Poe, 1110 Watts Street, Durham 27701 688-9186 

(78) Fred W. Rhodes, 1121 Shady Lane, Durham 27712 477-0682 

(79) Mrs. Philip M. Ward, 120 W. Woodridge Drive, Durham 27707 ... 489-0664 

(79) Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Route 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27705 (ch) 383-6668 

(80) Mrs. Foye E. Ward, 1602 Ward Street, Durham 27707 489-3115 

(80) Rev. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 (ch) 493-1809 

Ordinations: 

(78) Rev. Kermit Gray, Chm., Route 6, Box 323, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-8907 

(78) Rev. Robert McClernon, Box 3057, Durham 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

(79) Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

(80) Rev. Ned Mathews, 3707 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 (ch) 489-2655 

(80) Rev. David G. Moore, 1515 Clermont Road, Durham 27713 . (ch) 544-1347 

Place and Preacher: 

(79) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Chm., Route 3, Box 154, Durham 27713 544-1859 
(78) Rev. Russell Wimmer, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 (ch) 383-1422 

(80) J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frazier Street, Durham 27704 477-4617 

Radio and TV: 

(78) Rev. W. T. Brogden, Chm., Box 2686, Durham 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

(79) John Ryder, 2105 Adventure Trail, Durham 27703 596-8774 

(80) Wm. R. Murray, Jr., 2132 Sprunt Street, Durham 27705 286-1389 

Resolutions: 

(79) Mrs. John A. Freeman, Chm., 1436 Acadia Street, Durham 27701 . . 682-7154 
(78) Mrs. C. N. Royal, 2305 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27704 477-5930 

(80) Mrs. S. E. Dennis, Box 2743, Durham 27705 383-1117 

Student Work: 

(78) Richard Davis, Chm., 2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704 (ch) 477-7497 

(78) Mrs. Wayne E. Brown, 2133 Sunset Avenue, Durham 27705 286-0065 

(79) Rev. Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 (ch) 942-2157 

(79) Mrs. Milton Whitfield, 425 Valley Drive, Durham 27704 477-4207 

(79) Doyle G. Graham, 816 Watts Street, Durham 27701 682-0896 

(78) Mrs. Harry Edmonds, 2416 Shenandoah, Durham 27704 477-2202 

(80) Rev. Steve D. Paschall, 807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 (ch) 688-7397 
(Ex. O.) Rev. Bob Phillips (UNC), 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 . . 942-4266 
(Ex. O.) Mrs. Velma Ferrell (Duke), Box 4351 DS, Durham 27706 286-4513 

Trustees: 

(79) John H. Clayton, Chm., 1208 Evans Drive, Durham 27705 489-9514 

(78) James C. Hutchins, 915 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 596-2568 

(80) W. J. Peters, 607 Candlewood Place, Durham 27704 471-2398 

Youth Advisory: 

(80) Phil Whitt, Chm., 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

(78) Bud Parrish, Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27712 (ch) 383-6668 

(78) Ron Richardson, 3707 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 (ch) 489-2655 

(79) Harold Burton, Rt. 7, Box 169, Durham 27707 (ch) 489-3425 

(79) Mark Harper, Box 15022, Durham 27704 (ch) 477-6440 



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(80) Robbie Phillips, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

(80 Dwaine Coley, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 (ch) 688-6765 



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1978 CALENDAR 

(Of necessity there will be changes in 
this tentative calendar during the year. 
Please consult the NEWS each month 
for the correct dates and places!) 

JANUARY 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 
15 16 17 18 19 20 21 
22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 31 

Association 

7 Singles Over 40 — Holloway St. 

9 Ministers' Wives 

9 Ministers' Conference 

23 WMU Board — Guess Road 

26 Educ. Workers 

26 Regional Church Training "De- 
veloping Book Conf ." — Gorman 

28 Churchmen's Rally and Ladies' 
Night — Watts Street 
Conventions 

2 — 6 Bible Study Week 

13 — 14 Home Mission Teacher Training 

— Caraway 
22 Baptist Men's Day 

27 — 28 Lay Witness Annual Meeting — 

Caraway 

FEBRUARY 

S M T W T F S 

12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 



Association 

4 Church Media Center/Library 

Workshop — Braggtown 

4 Singles Over 40 
6 Ministers' Wives 

13 Ministers' Conference 

13 Ministers' Sweetheart Banquet 

19 Youth PraiSing 

21 Board — Westwood 

23 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

5 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 

6 — 7 Statewide Evangelism Confer- 

ence — Greensboro 
12 Race Relations Day 



12 — 18 WMU Focus Week 
24 — 26 High School Seniors' Retreat — 
Caraway 



24 — 26 N.C. Baptist Men's Board Meet- 
ing and Baptist Men's Retreat — 
Caraway 

MARCH 
S M T W T F S 

12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 
Association 

4 Singles Over 40 

4 Mission Friends Leaders' Brunch 
— Trinity 

6 Ministers' Wives 

10 Four-hour Conferences on S. S. 

Teaching Books — Guess Road 

13 Ministers' Conference 

17 Baptist Women's Pastor Appre- 
ciation Dinner — Guess Road 
26 Easter Sunday 
30 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

3—4 State Youth Choir Festivals 

5 — 12 Home Missions Week of Prayer 

and Annie Armstrong Offering 
10 — 11 State Bell Festival 
12 Home Missions Day in S. S. 

12 — 19 Youth Week 

14 — 15 State WMU Annual Session — 

Fayetteville 

17 — 19 State Pioneer RA Congress — 

Gardner-Webb 

18 Association Youth Night 
31-April 1: State Bell Festival 

APRIL 

S M T W T F S 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 



Association 

I Singles Over 40 
3 Ministers' Wives 
8 RA Track Meet 

10 Ministers' Conference 

II VBS Clinic — Immanuel 
15 GA/Acteen Track Meet 

17 Adult Choir Festival Workshop 

18 Annual WMU Meeting — Grey 
Stone 

22 Baptist Men's Prayer Retreat — 

Yates Camp 



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27 Educ. Workers 

29 Rain date for RA Track Meet 

Conventions 

1 Weekdaj'Early Educ. Workshop 

6 — 9 North American Baptist Men's 

Conf. — Indianapolis 
8 Regional Children's Choir Festi- 



val 

10 — 12 Nat'. Conf. on Preaching — Char- 
lotte 

10 — 12 N. C. Rel. Ed. Assn. — Caraway 

10 — 16 Jewish Fellowship Week 

14 — 15 American Campcraft Workshop 

— Caraway 

14 — 15 Church Media Center/Library 

Conference — Raleigh 

16 Cooperative Program Day 

17 — 19 N. C. Baptist Music Conference 

— Raleigh 

18 Church Bldg. Conf. — Raleigh 
21—22 Bapt. Women's Retreat — Ridge- 
crest 

21—22 Weekend RA Camp (grades (4- 

12) — Caraway 
21—23 Family Camping Wekend — 

Caraway 

22 Baptist Men's World Day of 
Prayer 

23 Life Commitment Day 

28 — 29 Weekend RA Camp (grades 1-3) 

— Caraway 

28 — 29 Youth Convention — Greensboro 
28 — 30 Family Camping Weekend — 
Caraway 

MAY 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 

Association 

1—2 Training E xtravaganza — Grace 
6 Singles Over 40 

6 Rain date for G A/ Acteens Track 

Meet 

6 Church Media Center/Library 

Workshop 

8 Ministers' Wives 

9 Board — Page Road 
14—21 Association Emphasis Week 

15 Ministers' Conference 

15 — 17 Key Leadership Conference — 

Ridgecrest 
22 Pastor/SSDir.SupperandWork 

shop — Westwood 
25 Educ. Workers 



30 Annual Brotherhood Planning 
Meeting — Yates Assn. Office 

Conventions 

4 — 6 Youth Ministry Workshop — 

Caraway. 

5 — 6 State Adult Choir Festivals 

5 — 6 Bapt. Y. W. Retreat — Mundo 
Vista 

7 — 14 Christian Home Week 
12 — 13 BYW Retreat — Mundo Vista 
15 — 17 Key Leadership Conf. — Ridge- 
crest 

19 — 20 State RA Track Meet — Gardner- 
Webb 

19 — 20 State B. W. Retreat — Caswell 

21 Radio and TV Sunday 

22 — 25 Senior Adult Conference — Cara- 

way 

26 — 27 State Correctional Ministries 
Conference — Caraway 

JUNE 

S M T W T F S 

12 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 
25 26 27 28 29 30 



Association 

3 Singles Over 40 

5 Ministers' Wives 

5 Ministers' Conference 

29 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

3 Children's Bible Drill — Caraway 

11 Religious Liberty Sunday 



11 — 12 WMU Meeting, Atlanta 
13 — 15 Southern Baptist Convention — 
Atlanta 

19—24 Church Ministries and Training 

Week — Caswell 
20 Children's Bible Drill — Caswell 
26-July 1: Children's Choir Camp — 

Caswell 

JULY 

S M T W T F S 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 31 

Association 

1 Singles Over 40 

3 Ministers' Wives 



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10 Ministers' Conference 

11 Board (tentative) — Cheek 
Heights 

27 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

2 Christian Citizenship Day 

4 Independence Day 

9 Christian Literature Day 



17—22 Youth Conference — Caswell 

19 — 23 Baptist Youth World Confer- 

ence 

24 — 29 Youth-Adult Music Week — 
Caswell 

31-Aug. 5: Youth Conference — Caswell 
AUGUST 

5 M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 

Association 

5 Church Media Center/Library 

Workshop 
5 Singles Over 40 

7 Ministers' Wives 

14 Ministers' Conference 

28 WMU Annual Planning Meeting 

— Grey Stone 
31 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

5 — 11 WMU Conference — Ridgecrest 

7 — 8 Church Training Ass'l. Officers 
Workshop — Caraway 

14 — 16 "Happiness" Retreat for excep- 
tional Persons — Caraway 

18 Youth Evangelism Night — 
Greensboro 

20 — 27 Church Music Week 
27 On-to-College Sunday 

SEPTEMBER 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 

24 25 26 27 28 39 30 



Association 

4 Labor Day 

9 Singles Over 40 

11 Ministers' Wives 

11 Ministers' Conference 



12 S. S. Leadership Night — 
Angier Avenue 

18 Brotherhood Leadership Conf. 

Braggtown 
18 — 19 WMU Leadership Conference — 

Braggtown 
28 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

8 — 9 Brotherhood Leadership Train- 

ing Retreat — Caraway 
15 — 16 Volunteer Music Directors' Re- 
treat — Caraway 
18 — 20 Multiventions (Pastoral Leader- 
ship, Long Range Planning, 
Church Secretary seminars) — 
Caraway 

22 — 23 Church WMU Leaders' Training 

— Caswell 

24-Oct. 1: S. S. Preparation Week 

28 — 29 Methods and Materials Clinic — 

Durham 

29 — 30 Church WMU Leaders' Training 

— Ridgecrest 

OCTOBER 
S M T W T F S 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 31 

Association 

2 Ministers' Wives 

7 Singles Over 40 

9 Ministers' Conference 

10 Board — Mount Moriah 

21 Crusader RA Car Competition 

23 Annual Meeting — Plainview 

24 Annual Meeting — Calvary and 
Cresset 

24 Music Directors' Dinner 

26 Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

6 — 7 Age-group S. S. Leadership 

Training — Caraway 
9 Senior Adult Retreat — Caraway 

13 — 14 Age-group S. S. Training — 

Ridgecrest 
13 — 14 Younger Crusader RA Camp — 
Caraway 

13 — 15 Deacons' Retreat — Caraway 
20 — 22 Senior Men's Retreat/Overseas 
Missions Retreat — Caraway 

27 — 28 Pioneer RA Officers' Workshop 

Caraway 



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NOVEMBER 



S M T 



W 

1 



10 11 



5 6 7 8 
12 13 14 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 

Association 

Deacons' Rally 
Singles Over 40 
Ministers' Wives 
Royal Ambassador Night 
Ministers' Conference 
Thanksgiving 
Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

Deacon Chairman/Pastors Conf . 
— Fayetteville 
1 1 Royal Ambassador Week 

Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 
-11 Youth Council Retreat — Cara- 
way 

11-12 N. C. Baptist Men's Conf. — 
Raleigh 

12 American Bible Society Day 



2 
4 

6 
11 

20 
23 
30 



3-4 



5- 

6 

10 



13 — 15 Baptist State Convention — 
Raleigh 

17 — 18 Crusader RA Congress and Car 
Competition 
Thanksgiving 



23 



DECEMBER 

S M T W T F S 

1 2 

8 9 

15 16 



3 
10 



4 5 6 7 
11 12 13 14 



2 

4 
11 

25 
28 



10 
31 



17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 29 30 
31 

Association 

Singles Over 40 
Ministers' Wives 
Ministers' Conference 
Christmas 
Educ. Workers 

Conventions 

10 Week of Prayer For Foreign Mis- 
sions and Lottie Moon Christ- 
mas Offering 

Foreign Missions Day in S. S. 
Student Day at Christmas 



ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 

Angier Avenue: Mrs. A. B. Carson, Harvey Craig, Mrs. Harvey Craig, Mrs. J. A. 
Deal, Jr., Mrs. Vance Fisher, Mrs. Ralph Hill, Mrs. Crate Jones, John Laverty, 
Mrs. Clarene Newton, Lee R. Overman, Mrs. Lee R. Overman, Claiborne Ross, Paul 
E. Watkins. 

Berea: Dwight Little, Ms. Martha Little, Woody Massey. 

Bethesda: E. B. Britt, Mrs. E. B. Britt, D. J. Booth, Robert Goodwin, Mrs. Estelle 
Hodnett, Mrs. Hortense Jones, Bruce C. Little, Ms. Nancy Stone, Ms. Jeanne 
Weaver, W. L. W^illiams. 

Braggtown: Edwin B. Clements, Ralph Cooke, Mrs. Ralph Cooke, .Dennis Grass, 
Mrs. Lanny Harward, Frank Nelson, E. L. Phillips, Mrs. Ed Sloan. 

Calvary: Raymond O. Alderson, Everette Boone, Mrs. Emma Daniel, James Hut- 
chins, Mrs. Danie Johnson, S. J. Johnson, Mrs. Emma Proctor, Mrs. Alice Watson, 
Coy Watson. 

Carrboro: Wiley Franklin, James M. (Mike) Gibson, Mrs. Linda Gibson, Mrs. Josie 
Perry, Mrs. Janet Whitaker, Jim Wright, Mrs. Jim Wright. 

Cedar Fork: William R. Beasley, Mrs. Azeline Colclough, Mrs. Hazel Evans, Mrs. 
Naomi Morse, George Overton, Mrs. Gladys Page. 

Cheek Heights: Mrs. Florence Foust, Mrs. Nettie Lasater, Mrs. Mary Lesperance, 
Mrs. Louise Pate, C. H. Shelton. 

Durham Memorial: W. E. Andrews, Mrs. Vila Chappell, Zim G. Gwaltney, Mrs. 
Fannie Hart, S. C. Hart, Jr., Barbara Jean Howerton, Mrs. Sandy Huneycutt, Mrs. 
Mary Kennon, Mrs. Otis A. Lee, Ms. Janice Perry, Mrs. Jean W. Pridgen. 
Ebenezer: Mrs. Cathy Barbour, Erwin Dillehay, Mrs. Louis Harder, Jack Moody, 
Bud Parrish, Phil Parrish, Mrs. Debbie Parrish, Frank Pendergraph, Mrs. Dorothy 
A. Sykes, Mrs. Gayla Winstead, Elmo Whitaker. 

Edgemont: Mrs. C. B. Buchanan, B. F. Denning, Wade Green, Mrs. Dorothy 
Morris, Miss Terri Simpson. 



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Ephesus: Mrs. Arnold Capps, Mrs. Brodie W. Clark, Ms. Patsy Nickelston, Mrs. 
Doris Tillman. 

Faith: Mrs. Hazel Burkam, T. J. Campbell, Hugh Hicks, Ms. Mae Overman, Ms. 
Loretta Tutor. 

First: W. K. Roger, Mrs. W. J. Broadwell, John H. Clayton, Mrs. Imogene Deeds, 
Mrs. Annie Garrett, Mrs. Alice H. Lipe, Mel T. Luther, Dallas Norris, Mrs. Dallas 
Norris, Floyd G. Rhodes, Jr., Mrs. C. Nixon Royal. 

Gorman: R. E. Broughton, G. F. Collingwood, C. E. Cope, B. L. Fuller, T. C. King, 
E. Hugh O'Shields, J. Preston Stainback, Kerry Stainback, J. J. Thornton. 

Grace: Mrs. Helen M. Barbee, Mrs. C. S. Dhue, Miss Hazel Hare, Mrs. D. C. 
Markham, George Owen, Mrs. George Owen, T. O. Perry, Mrs. T. O. Perry, D. W. 
Porterfield, Denny L. Turner, M. O. Tyndall, Mrs. M. O. Tyndall, Dan Yarborough. 

Grey Stone: Bryce B. Bates, Mrs. Bryce B. Bates, W. T. Brogden, Mrs. S. E. 
Dennis, Mrs. John Freeman, Mrs. Virginia Smith, Mrs. J. E. Strawbridge, Carl 
Wallace, Mrs. Carl Wallace, Mrs. Barbara Worcester. 

Guess Road: Philip K. Whitt. 

HoUoway Street: Mrs. Wade Beck, Mrs. Bessie W. Council, Charlie T. Council, 
Mrs. Pansie L. Dixon, Mrs. Bettey Eagle, Albert Gardner, Mrs. A. R. Gardner, 
Mrs. W. B. Harrill, Beverly Hester, Ms. Anna R. Ives, Mrs. W. A. Jones, Mrs. 
Esther Simmons. 

Homestead Heights: Curtis Crutchfield, Harry C. Phares, W. Ray Rogers, W. C. 
Rogers, Mrs. W. C. Rogers, Malcolm O. Seaford, W. W. Sprouse, J. W. Warren, 
Mrs. J. W. Warren. 

Hope Valley: Preston Byrd, Terry Griffitts, Ralph J. Lewter, Mrs. Nell Murphy, J. 
L. Parrish. 

Immanuel: Mrs. Zetty Bell, Mrs. Pat Coghill, Vernon Griffin, Mrs. Betty Long, 
Wallace Long, Richard Poole, Ralph Ragan, B. E. Suggs, Mrs. B. E. Suggs, Mrs. 
Dorothy H. Wimmer. 

Lakewood: D. F. Pendley, Mrs. Oma Lee Smith. 

Lystra: Bill Burgess, Mrs. Bill Burgess, Mrs. Ruby Hutchins, John A. Oldham, 
Mrs. John A. Oldham, John S. Oldham. 

Mount Carmel: Mrs. Mildred Blackwood, Ralph L. Blackwood, Sr., Mrs. Ralph L. 
Blackwood, Sr., Ms. Carlene McNease, Mrs. E. G. Merritt, S. T. Noell, Mrs. S. T. 
Noel, Sr., Eugene Pendergraft. 

Mount Gilead: Ms. Mildred Burgess, Ms. Ruthie V. Carpenter, Mrs. Blanche Heame, 
Mrs. Roy A. Morris, Mrs. Aline Tripp, LaRue Tripp, Roy Tripp. 

Mount Hermon: Mrs. Fred Browning, Mrs. Blanche Couch, Marvin Couch, Mrs. 
Mary Ellen Godwin, Mrs. Zelia Harris, Robert Rigsbee, Worth Shelton, Mrs. 
Virginia Winecoff . 

Mount Moriah: Mrs. Harold Burton, Robert Gooch, Mrs. Robert Gooch, K. B. 
Tripp, Troy Wilkins. 

Mount Pisgah: Clyde W. Farrell, Mrs. Clyde Farrell, Ms. Lillian Horton, Mrs. 
Elizabeth S. Woods. 

Olive Branch: Mrs. Ila Currin, Mrs. Hazel Gardner, Hugh Nichols, George W. Ray, 
Mrs. Leslie Ray. 

Page Road: Mrs. Desiree Oakley, Gene Stinnett. 
Park View: H. F. McDonald, Richard Utley. 

Parkwood: Jim Blake, Malcolm Bordeaux, Mrs. Marie Collins, Mrs. Naomi Moore, 
Mrs. Anne Telford, Mrs. Gladys Wheeler. 

Plainview: Mrs. Edna Goss, Mrs. Lois Jenks, Mrs. Ruth Preddy. 

Red Mountain: Ms. Nancy Crabtree, William Crabtree, Ms. Shirley Ellis, Thomas 
Ellis, Mrs. Thomas Ellis, Mrs. Dayton C. Gates, A. M. Hall, Jr., Ms. Priscilla 



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Jordan, Mrs. Mabel Long. 

Ridgecrest: J. B. Cash, Alvis Crabtree, Mrs. W. A. Crabtree, Ms. Ann Gamer, Ms. 
Kathryn Oakley, Wiley Oakley. 

Rose of Sharon: Boyd Browning, Mrs. Boyd Browning, William Garrard, Tommy 
Lamm, Mrs. Joyce Lassiter, T. H. Lassiter, B. C. Scott. 

Temple: Harold Craig, Mrs. Harold Craig, Mrs. Bettie Mae Dickey, Charles Eth- 
ridge, Mrs. Rosa Lee Ethridge, E. L. Kerley, Jr., Mrs. Nelle B. Kerley, J. L. 
McCullers, Mrs. Linwood McCullers, Steve Paschall, Mrs. LaVonda Porterfield, 
Mrs. Marguerite Ward, Mrs. B. H. West. 

Trinity: Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, Mrs. Roy Hilliard, Miss Bessie Mann, Mr. B. R. 
O'Briant, Charles E. Owens, Gerald G. Payne, Jr. 

University: Mrs. W. S. Kyle, B. B. Sparrow, Steve Teague. 

Watts Street: Mrs. Kathleen Allen, Mrs. Etoile Andrews, Robert L. Andrews, Mrs. 
Robert L. Andrews, Mrs. Lillian Cole, P. B. Cole, Jr., Doyle Graham, Mrs. Doyle 
Graham, Mrs. Beth Upchurch. 

Westwood: Walter Eakes, Mrs. Walter Eakes, Mrs. R. L. Garrard, W. J. Peters, R. 
L. Terrell, Mrs. R. L. Terrell. 

Yates: Mrs. Rosemary Cumbie, Mrs. Helen Davenport, Larry Dickens, Mrs. Annie 
Dollar, Earl S. Earp, Mrs. Earl S. Earp, Mrs. Rosie Hampton, Miss Dubba K. 
Hughes, Mrs. Hallie McGhee, Ms. Shirley B. Robertson, B. D. Wheeler, Rev. 
Clarence A. Williams, Mrs. Clarence A. Williams. 

VISITORS REGISTERED 

Robert W. Abrams, Rev. Henry B. Anderson, Mrs. C. E. Andrews, Ms. Eloise 
Autry, Barry Barbour, Ms. Susie Mae Bass, Mrs. C. L. Billings, Ms. Alice B. 
Bivins, Mrs. W. K. Boger, H. Spurgeon Boyce, Mrs. H. Spurgeon Boyce, Ray 
Branch, Ms. Lucille Brooks, Dr. Raymond Brown, Henry Bryant, Rev. Harold 
Burton, Rev. Guy S. Cain, Dr. John Carlton, Roy Clark, Mrs. Mary H. Clayton, 
Ms. Sandra Colclough, Fred Crabtree, Ms. Inez Crabtree, Mrs. Stanley Doak, Mrs. 
Velma Ferrell, John Flowers, C. P. Fogleman, Mrs. C. P. Fogleman, Mrs. H. E, 
Forbes, Mrs. Norman Gossett, Mrs. Z. Gwaltney, Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. W. W. 
Hendrix, Charlie Hinson, Ms. Stella Hinson, J. Michael Hitchcock, Roy Holmes, 
Mrs. Frances M. Howard, Ms. Colleen Hunt. 

Earl Johnson, Dallas Jones, Ms. Priscilla Jordan, Thad Keener, Mrs. O. D. King, 
Mrs. Edna Leathers, Ms. Joyce L. Lee, Mrs. Julius Lee, Dr. W. Randall Lolley, Ms. 
Bessie Lowrey, Ms. Pauline Mangum, Ms. Inez Markham, Mrs. Lila Mason, Ms. 
Elizabeth McGhee, Mrs. Jane Motley, Mrs. Hubert S. Mumford, E. T. Newton, Jr., 
Wayne Nutt, Mrs. Ruth Parrish, Ms. Susan Pitts, John Poe, Mrs. W. L. Pope, Jr., 
Mrs. O. L. Riggs, Mrs. J. P. Riggsbee, Bobby Riley, Johnny E. Ross, Mrs. Shirley 
Shelbourne, Leonard E. Smith, Ms. Lucille Stephens, Ms. Helen Teasley, Mrs. N. 

F. Tripp, Dr. W. R. Wagoner, Mrs. Alice F. Warren, Mrs. Peggy Watson, Mrs. L. 

G. Wethington, Mrs. C. B. Williams, Jr., Ms. Mabel Young. 

PASTORS REGISTERED 

Don B. Brown, James D. Crocker, C. Ronald Cumbie, Richard Davis, Bill Duke, 
Ernest H. Ferrell, Norman R. Gardner, Carl K. Garner, Clell Gibson, Gerald C. 
Goodwin, Norman Gossett, Kermit Gray, Ernest Holt, Robert Hubbard, Brooks L. 
Hunt, Aubrey Jones, Crate Jones, Tommy W. Jordan, Fred A. King, Julius H. Lee, 
Jack H. Memsfield, Robert E. McClernon, Juliem M. Motley, James I Murphy, 
Jimmy L. Nickelston, Anthony Oakley, Jimmy Pitts, Richard G. Shaw, Everette J. 
Smith, Malbert Smith, Jr., Tobie Stone, Jr., M. Clay Warf, James E. West, Russell 
Wimmer, Robert L. Winecoff . 



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CONSTITUTION 
Revised 1975 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist Churches in 
Durham County and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life 
as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or 
small, for the general instruction and guidemce of our own people and others 
concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple conditions of the salvation 
revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance towards God and faith in Jesus 
Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should 
hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise 
and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up 
for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they 
may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures 
of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, 
having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, 
and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other 
realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and 
the regular elected officers of the Association and members of the Associational 
Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not 
in session this Association shall be comprised of its member churches which shall 
elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly 
certified in the following ratio : 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each 
additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers 
shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, 
in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members 
of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associa- 
tional meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to 
the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving 



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evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare 
of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval of the 
Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church 
or churches shall be received under the watchcare of the Association for a period of 
one year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association 
such churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its privileges 
with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to voting representa- 
tion on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or 
churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received into full fellowship 
of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the request for fellowship 
rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shfdl be author- 
ized to seat duly elected messengets with voting privileges and voting members on 
the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to 
withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox 
principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible £ind as believed by Baptists, 
or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the annual session of 
the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by 
the denomination at large and of this Association in particular, or that ceases to be 
missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the 
church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or represent- 
atives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and 
shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may 
advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest 
consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach 
the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two 
successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating 
churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on December 
thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section \. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized 
by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the Associ- 
ation. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been bapcized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational orgemization. 

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Secetion 4, The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, 
and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which 
they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless 
removed for cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except that the 
Moderator may not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Association 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be 
authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve 
order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary 
usage, and serve as chairman of the Associational Board, and ex -officio member of 
all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, 
superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed 
Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary 
of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall 
be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches 
each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of 
the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, 
and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associa- 
tional Board, and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an 
annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annual 
report to the Association. 

Section 10. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules of 
order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 11. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-year 
term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall 
perform such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may 
prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders 
of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of 
Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each member church. 
The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational 
Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim 
between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association 
as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance 
of its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, 
and organizational workers of the Association and committees of the Associational 
Board that may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its 
work at each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed 
of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, 
Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar 
Camp, Community Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees, and the Director 
of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities £ind emphases of the various groups, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of 
the Associational program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the Association, 
a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision of his work. The 
committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association 
may direct. 



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Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or on the 
part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association 
or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on) present and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon 
affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the 
proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational Board 
prior to the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first day of the 
Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 

BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along with any 
other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These 
committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall 
make reports of the work to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. 
Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those churches 
cooperating with the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To institute a 
system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 1976 session, one 
member of each three-member committee shall be elected for one year, one member 
for two years, one member for three years, and thereafter each committee member 
shall be elected to serve for three years. In the case of five-member committees, at 
the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for one year, two members for two 
years, two members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. In the case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session, 
one member shall be elected for one year,, three members for two years, three 
members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for 
three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 session, three 
members shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three members 
for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex -officio members of all 
standing committess. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the WMU Director, 
The Brotherhood Director, the Music Council Director, and the President of the 
Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty of this 
committee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the Association a 
program of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members 
whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the 
advice and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and socied uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for keeping 
our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's 
and Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the 
Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed 
mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and proba- 
tioners, emotionally disturbed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide 
ministries to meet the needs of the total person ; to enlist and offer training for those 



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with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas 
when wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the 
information and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in the churches, 
including the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry 
out association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts with 
other association committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach 
knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the committee shall 
be elected for a term of three years with two members each year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, repre- 
senting a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for 
raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for State Missions 
funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to its 
strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizational struc- 
ture, and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for the 
improvements and strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their 
people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist 
Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better 
informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the 
world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relationship 
with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches 
and the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within the 
boundaries of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational 
Board the location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and 
to assist the organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for 
the Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission 
into the Association and to make recommendations regarding the same.. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore 
provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiz- 
ations (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations 
shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general 
organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in 



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the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial 
students seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the 
examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific 
position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordin- 
ation until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place 
of meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to the 
Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a preacher 
and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing 
of time, to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to 
encourage the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the 
Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual 
Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the 
offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as 
the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff 
members through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by 
individual church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to 
denominational objects. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area 
acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shaU be to cooperate with and promote 
the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area 
of the Association and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at 
least five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to 
provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of our 
churches. 

Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board. 

( 1 ) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members 
present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing 
fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those 
churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called meetings of the 
Association and the Associational Board, a number representing a majority of the 
cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He 
shall confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall avoid all 
personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject 
without special permission. 

^3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at 
his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible duririg the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the proi^rnrn svid ^annot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent edition 
(1970) of Robert's "Rules of Order". 



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Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 



The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist 
Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the 
Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority vote of those present and voting 
at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 



PROCEEDINGS 
of 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

29th Annual Session 
October 24, 25, 1977 

First Day's Session with the 
Holloway Street Baptist Church 

Second Day's Sessions with the 
Ebenezer Baptist Church 
and 

Homestead Heights Baptist Church 

MONDAY EVENING SESSION 

"/n Bold Commitment" 

1. A mini-concert was presented by the Meredith College Duos, introduced by 
Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, music director, Carrboro church. 

2. The session was called to order by the Moderator, Curtis J. Crutchfield, Jr. 

3. Reverend Clay Warf, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, presented 
the program, with the addition of a miscellaneous business session on Tuesday 
night, if needed. He brought the motion that this constitute the order of business 
for the sessions, with any other necessary changes. Motion was seconded and 
carried. 



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PROGRAM 
MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 24, 1977 
Holloway Screet Baptist Church » 

' W BOLD COMMITMENT" 

7 : 00 Registr ation 

7 :15 Mini-Concert Meredith College Duos 

7:30 Call to Order Curtis Crutchfield, Moderator, Yates Association 

Homestead Heights Church 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Clay Warf , Chairman 

Pastor, Temple Church 

Hymn 465 "God of Grace and God of Glory" 

Invocation Aubrey Jones 

Pastor, Holloway Street Church 

Greeting 

7:45 Recognition of New Staff Members Julian Motley, Vice Moderator 

Yates Association: Pastor, Gorman Church 

7:50 Representative of Educational Institutions Randall LoUey 

President, Southeastern Seminary 

8:10 Future Development Committee Report Billy Garrett, Chairman 

First Church 

8:20 Hymn 349 "I Am Thine, O Lord" 

Scripture: Romans 12:1-11 Ernest Ferrell 

Pastor, Ebenezer Church 

Special Music Meredith College Duos 

8:30 Annual Sermon: "The Demands of Duty" Clell Gibson 

Pastor, Braggtown Church 

Benediction Bill Brogden 

Associate Minister, Grey Stone Church 

You are invited to a time of refreshments and fellowship at the conclusion of the 
opening session in the church Fellowship Hall. 

Congregational Song Leader Joe McGugan 

Minister of Music, Holloway Street Church 

Organist Phyllis Andersen 

Organist, Holloway Street Church 

Pianist Beverly Hester 

Pianist, Holloway Street Church 



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TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1977 
Ebenezer Baptist Church 



"IN BOLD MISSION ' 

9:00 Registration 

9:15 Mini-Concert of Instrumental Music 

9:30 Hymn 463 ''Forward Through the Ages" 

Invocation Ernest Ferrell 

Pastor, Ebenezer Church 

Greeting 

9:45 Associational Board Report Curtis Crutchfield, Moderator 

Homestead Heights Church 

Finance Committee Report Carl Wallace, Chairman 

Grey Stone Church 

Calendar Committee Report Bet tie Mae Dickey, Chairman 

Temple Church 

Miscellaneous Business 

10:00 Representative from Children's Homes W. R. Wagoner 

President, Baptist Children's Homes 

10:20 Hymn 451 "O Zion, Haste" 

Presentation by Director of Missions Hubert Mumford 

Yates Association 

11:05 Recognition of State Convention Agency Representatives 

11:10 Representative from Campus Ministry Velma Ferrell 

Baptist Campus Minister, Duke University 

11:15 Representative from Christian Action League D. P. McFarland 

President 

11:20 Hymn 452 "Heralds of Christ" 

Scripture: Acts 1:6-8 Steve Teague 

Associate Minister, University Church 

Special Music: "Let the Church Reach Out" Ministers of Music 

Yates Association 

11:35 Message: "The Church Reaching Out in Bold Mission" Myra Bates 

First Church, Charlotte 

Benediction Ruby West, Temple Church 

Lunch 



Congregational Song Leader Larry Dickens 

Minister of Music, Yates Church 
Organist Hugh O'Shields 

Program Assistant, Gorman Church 
Pianist Janet Whitaker 

Minister of Music, Carrboro Church 

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TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 25, 1977 
Homestead Heights Baptist Church 



"IN BOLD SERVICE " 

7:00 Registration 

7:15 Mini-Concert Dallas Jones, Minister of Music, 

and Sandra Colclough, Ebenezer Church 

7:30 Hymn 411 ''Serve the Lord with Gladness' 

Invocation John Carlton 

Interim Pastor, Homestead Heights Church 

Greeting 

7:40 Resolutions Committee Report Sue Freeman, Chairman 

Grey Stone Church 

7:45 Place and Preacher Committee Report Travis Clements, Chairman 

Grey Stone Church 

7:50 Representative from the Biblical Recorder Woodrow Hill 

Associate Editor 

8:10 Nominations Committee Report Annie Garrett, Chairman 

First Church 

8:15 Miscellaneous Business 

8:20 Lay Leader Award Hubert Mumford, Director of Missions 

8:30 Hynm 238 "To Worship, Work, and Witness" 

Scripture: John 20:19-21 Russell Wimmer 

Pastor, Immanuel Church 

Special Music Adult Choir, Homestead Heights Church 

Message: "The Church Reaching Out in Bold Service" Carl Bates 

Pastor, First Church, Charlotte 

Choral Challenge: "Let the Church Reach out" Ministers of Music 

Yates Association 

Benediction Raymond Brown 

Interim Pastor, First Church 



Congregational Song Leader Steve Barnes 

Minister of Music, Homestead Heights Church 

Organist Polly Helms 

Organist, Homestead Heights Church 

Pianist Shirley McFarling 

Pianist, Homestead Heights Church 



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4. The congregation was led in the singing of "God of Grace and God of Glory" 
by Joe McGugan, music director of the host church. 

5. Reverend Aubrey Jones, pastor of the host church, led in prayer and extended 
greetings from the church. 

6. Reverend Julian Motley, vice moderator, recognized and welcomed staff mem- 
bers who had come into the Association since the last annual meeting. 

7. Dr. RandEill Lolley, president of Southeastern Seminary, brought an informative 
and inspiring message as representative of the Baptist educational institutions 

8. Report from the Future Development Committee was given by Bill Garrett, 
chairman. He urged members of the local churches to bring suggestions to the 
committee as they study the needs of the Association. A final report will be brought 
to the annual meeting in 1978. 

9. Messengers and visitors were led in the singing of "/ Am Thine, O Lord". 

10. Scripture passage from Romans 12:1-11 was read by Reverend Ernest Ferrell, 
pastor, Ebenezer church. 

11. The Meredith College Duos followed with special music. 

12. The annual sermon, ''The Demands of Duty", was delivered by Reverend Clell 
Gibson, pastor, Braggtown church. He suggested that through faith, Bible study 
and prayer, a Christian can live a released, renewed, redeemed life through trans- 
formation. 

13. Reverend William T. Brogden, associate minister, Grey Stone church, pro- 
nounced the benediction. 

14. At the conclusion of the session, those present enjoyed a time of fellowship 
and refreshments in the fellowship hall of the church. 

TUESDAY MORNING SESSION 

"In Bold Missions " 

15. A mini-concert of instrumental music was presented by Phillip Whitt, music 
director, Guess Road church, on the trumpet. He was followed by John Laverty 
minister of music, Angier Avenue church, with a violin solo. They were accompanied 
at the piano by Mrs. Phillip Whitaker. 

16. "Forward Through the Ages" was sung by those present, under the direction 
of Larry Dickens, Association Music Council Director. 

17. Reverend Ernest Ferrell, pastor of the host church, gave the invocation and 
brought greetings from the church. 

18. Report of the Association board was given by Curtis Crutchfield, moderator. 
Adoption of the report was seconded by Bill Garrett and carried. 

19. Report of the Community Ministries Committee was given by W. Wilson 
Sprouse, chairman. He directed attention of the messengers to the committee report 
in the Book of Reports and moved that the substitute motion contained therein be 
accepted. The motion was seconded by Reverend Robert Winecoff and carried. 

20. Report of the Finance Committee was brought by Carl Wallace, chairman. He 
presented the proposed budget for 1978 and reminded the messengers that the 
adjusted budget would be presented at the February meeting of the board for final 
approval. Motion seconded by W. W. Sprouse and carried. 

21. Mrs. Bettie Mae Dickey, chairman of the Calendar Committee, presented the 
proposed calendar for the coming year and moved its adoption. Seconded by 
Reverend Julius Lee and carried. 

22. As an item under miscellaneous business, W. W. Sprouse brought from the 
Community Ministries Committee "Resolutions Pertaining to Emergency Homes 
for Abused and Neglected Children", included in the committee report. His motion 
to adopt these resolutions was seconded by George Owen. 

Reverend Norman Gossett, pastor of Edgemont Church, spoke to the issue, 
emphasizing the need for such a facility in Durham and Durham County, and 
urging 100% support by Baptists in Durham. In answer to the question as to how 
the housing would be financed, the director of missions announced that members of 
Grey Stone church would promote donations from interested persons. The motion 
to adopt this resolution carried unanimously. 



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23. Dr. W. R. Wagoner, president of the Baptist Children's Homes, reported that 
600 boys and girls are being ministered to in the facilities scattered across the state. 

24. The hymn, "O Zion, Haste", was sung by those present. 

25. In presenting his report of the activities of the Association, the Director of 
Missions began by recognizing the widow of the first moderator, Mrs. C. Nixon 
Royal. He then proceeded to inform his listeners of the "various phases of the 
association work with the aid of a visual presentation. In conclusion he called on W. 
W. Sprouse, under whose committee the Laubach ministry is administered. Mr. 
Sprouse recognized Mrs. Ruby West, Director, who briefly outlined the continuing 
growth of this volunteer ministry to non-readers. 

26. The vice moderator recognized Robert Abrams, Gardner-Webb College repre- 
sentative. In his report he stated that this year the school has started a program for 
the deaf. 

27. Reporting for the Campus Ministry, Mrs. Velma Ferrell, chaplain at Duke 
University, urged members to involve college students in the program of their 
churches. She reported that students are active in ministering to others; that the 
Baptist Student Union building at Duke has not been sold, but when it is it will 
provide financial help for students to be available to help in churches during the 
summer. 

28. D. P. McFarland, president of the N. C. Christian Action League, brought an 
urgent request that each church adopt a resolution against liquor-by-the-drink in 
the state. 

29., The hymn, ''Heralds of Christ" was sung. 

30. Reverend Stephen Teague, associate minister. University church, read the 
Scripture from Acts 1:6-8. 

31. Special music, "Let the Church Reach Out", was sung by the ministers of 
music of the association. 

32. Mrs. Myra Bates of First Church, Charlotte, brought the closing message on 
"The Church Reaching Out in Bold Mission". Enumerating many ways in which 
people of the world are being neglected or abused, she urged church members to 
stop talking about programs and start talking about Jesus, increase giving, praying, 
and ministering. 

33. Mrs. Ruby R. West pronounced the benediction. 

34. Lunch was served to approximately 280 people by Ebenezer church members, 
assisted by Group II churches. 

TUESDAY EVENING SESSION 

''In Bold Service" 

35. The Tuesday evening session was opened with a mini-concert by Dallas Jones, 
soloist, music director of Ebenezer church. He was accompsmied by Sandra Colclough 
at the piano. 

36. The hymn, "Serve the Lord with Gladness", was sung. 

37. Dr. John Carlton, interim pastor of the host church, led in prayer and brought 
greetings from the church. 

38. The moderator recognized Reverend Henry B. Anderson, pastor emeritus of 
Grace church, and praised him for his many years of service to the association. 

39. Mrs. Sue Freeman, chairman, read the report of the Resolutions Committee 
and moved its adoption. Seconded by Clay Warf and carried. 

40. In the absence of the chairman of the Place and Preacher Committee, Travis 
Clements, Reverend Russell Wimmer brought the report and moved its adoption. 
Seconded by Reverend Robert Winecoff, it was accepted. 

41. A report on the N. C. Baptist paper, "The Biblical Recorder", was brought by 
Woodrow Hill, associate editor. 

42. Mrs. D. R. Garrett, chairman of the Nominations Committee, presented the 
names of general officers, organization workers, and committee members and asked 
for adoption of the report. Seconded by Marvin Couch and carried. 

43. Reverend Clay Warf brought a resolution opposing liquor-by-the-drink to be 
sent from the association to representatives of Durham, Orange, and Chatham 
counties in which the association has churches, with the motion that it be adopted 



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and mailed. Seconded by Henry Anderson and carried with no discussion. 

44. Reverend Henry Anderson moved that the Association send greetings to 
Reverend C. E. Byrd, former pastor of churches in Yates Association, now ill 
in Hillsborough. Seconded by Curtis Crutchfield and carried. 

45. Reverend Gerald Goodwin, pastor of Durham Memorial church, moved that 
all reports in the "Book of Reports" not previously acted upon be accepted. Seconded 
by Reverend Robert Winecoff and carried. 

46. The director of missions explained that four committees with current programs 
that will extend into the coming year are losing their chairmen. He suggested the 
possibility of these retiring chairmen being made ex-officio members of the respective 
committee for the coming year as follows: Camp, A. B. Stone, Jr.; Community 
Ministries, W. Wilson Sprouse; Future Development, Billy Garrett; Missions, 
Stewart Wallace. This motion, made by Reverend Robert Winecoff, seconded by 
Reverend Gerald Goodwin, carried. 

47. The annual Lay Leader Award was presented to Bruce C. Little "for work in 
the association over the years". 

48. A certificate of recognition was presented to the retiring moderator. 

49. The hymn, "To Worship, Work and Witness" was sung. 

50. Scripture from John 20:19-21 was read by Reverend Russell Wimmer. 

51. Special music, ''Christ Has No Hands But Our Hands", by the adult choir of 
the host church, under the leadership of Steve Barnes, music director. 

52. Speaking on "The Church Reaching Out in Bold Service", Dr. Carl Bates, 
pastor, First Church, Charlotte, challenged his listeners to become active participants 
in a program of reaching out to individuals now. 

53. A choral challenge, "Let the Church Reach Out", was rendered by the Yates 
ministers of music. 

54. The closing benediction was pronounced by Dr. Raymond Brown, interim 
pastor of First Church. 

YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES IN THE MINUTES 



1978 


Bells 


1986 


Holloway Street 


1994 


Grey Stone 




Cedar Fork 




Immanuel 




Edgemont 


1979 


Lystra 


1987 


Trinity 


1995 


Carrboro 




Braggtown 




Gorman 




Grace 


1980 


Berea 


1988 


Guess Road 


1996 


Lakewood 




Mount Pisgah 




Calvary 




First 


1981 


Mount Moriah 


1989 


Plainview 


1997 


Mount Hermon 




Mount Gilead 




Westwood 




Ebenezer 


1982 


Rose of Sharon 


1990 


Park View 


1998 


Faith 








Bethesda 




Ridgecrest 


1983 


Lowe's Grove 


1991 


Yates 


1999 


Hope Valley 




Mount Carmel 




Olive Branch 




Cresset 


1984 


University 


1992 


Temple 


2000 


Homestead Heights 




Watts Street 




Angier Avenue 




Fieldcrest 


1985 


Durham Memorial 


1993 


Red Mountain 


2001 


Page Road 




Cheek Heights 




Ephesus 




Parkwood 



HISTORY OF PAGE ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 

Bethesda Baptist Church, in an effort to fulfill one of the basic doctrines of the 
church, determined to establish a mission. A committee was elected consisting of L. 
G. Strickland, chairman, D. J. Booth, Mrs. J. R. Tilley, Mrs. M. R. StalHngs. 

For several years very little progress was apparent: however, much thought, 
prayer and investigating localities did occur. Finally, at a business session in 
December, 1964, a motion was passed to place "left over" money in a fund to 
purchase land for a mission. As a result of this, the following December surplus 
monies of $1,000 were placed in such fund. In January, 1967, an additional $1,000 
was added to this fund. 

Shortly after this time, the committee was led to a parcel of land located at the 
intersection of Page Road and Holloman Road consisting of approximately three 

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acres of land, a dwelling, and three out buildings. During the business session of 
February, 1967, the deacons recommended the purchase of the above described 
property for the sum of $12,000. D. J. Booth moved to accept the recommendation. 
John Ausley seconded and it passed unanimously. The trustees and finance commit- 
tee were instructed to take the necessary steps to obtain the property. 

In the March, 1967, meeting. Earl Ennis was elected Mission Superintendent to 
serve as Chief Administrative Officer until a Mission Pastor was secured. Emerson 
Page was elected to serve as Associate Superintendent. In May, 1967, L. G. 
Strickland reported that the property had been vacated and was available for 
necessary renovations for its intended use. 

In the July, 1967, meeting the folFowing were elected to serve as workers at the 
mission: Pulpit Committee: O. C. Mitchell, Jr., chairman, Don Baker, Eugene Floyd, 
Earl Ennis; Clerk & Treasurer; Mrs. Nancy Baker, Sunday School Superintendent, 
O. C. Mitchell, Jr., Nursery & Beginners: Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Floyd, Primary: Mr. 
and Mrs. H. E. Page, Junior & Intermediate: Richard Tilley, Young People and 
Adult: Mrs. O. C. Mitchell, Jr. 

Sunday, August 6, 1967, was chosen as the date of the first service. The Reverend 
A. D. Frazier preached the first sermon. Services were followed by dinner on the 
grounds. The next several months could be characterized as an interim situation. 
The mission was actually under the supervision of the mother church but at the 
same time exercised some degree of autonomy. 

The Reverend Charles Parker was called as interim pastor for the mission in 
October, 1967. The final payment of $500 was made on the property in January, 
1968. The mission was then free of indebtedness. 

February 28, 1968, the mission held its first official business session. A motion 
was passed unanimously that a steering committee of five people be elected to 
provide leadership toward the organization of the mission into a church. The 
following were elected: O. C. Mitchell, Jr., chairman, David Byrd, Richard Tilley, 
Emerson Page and Earl Ennis. On March 5, 1968, a joint meeting of the steering 
committee and the mission committee was held. It was agreed to recommend that 
the first Sunday in May, 1968, be the date of organization with charter membership 
to be left open until the first Sunday in August. It was also recommended that the 
mother church allow the mission to control its finances beginning April 1, 1968. 
Permission was granted as requested. 

The name "Page Road Baptist Church", was adopted on March 24, 1968, and at a 
meeting of the mission council on April 28, it was voted unanimously to recommend 
that the mother church proceed to organize the new church. On May 5, 1968, Page 
Road Baptist Church issued its first call for membership with 45 responding — 43 
by letter and two by profession of faith. 

The Reverend A. D. Frazier became first pastor on June 16. A constitution was 
adopted on August 25, and on September 22, the first deacons were elected: Earl 
Ennis, O. C. Mitchell, Jr., H. E. Page, W. E. Rice, Richard Tilley and Robert 
Woody, chairman. In October the church voted to apply for membership in the 
Yates Baptist Association. 

During the following two years the church moved along in an orderly manner; 
however, it was becoming more apparent that additional space was needed. In 
February, 1970, a committee was elected to study the building needs. As the March 
meeting this committee recommended that a building to accomodate 250-300 people 
be constructed at a cost of 50 — 60 thousand dollars. This passed and a new building 
was initiated. In November, 1971, the committee presented final plans and three 
quotes on the eductional building. A bid of $53,279 was accepted and the committee 
instructed to proceed. The residential type building that was originally used was to 
be moved to the rear and used as a sanctuary. Problems arose concerning the 
moving so a decision was made to demolish it and use the new building for both 
education and worship services. 

Ground breaking ceremonies were held in conjunction with a breakfast on Thanks- 
giving Day, November 15, 1971. Sixty-five people were present and together pulled 
an old one-horse turning plow with Brother Frazier at the "helm". The building was 
completed and first used early in July, 1972. 



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The need to complete the long range plans and provide adequate quarters became 
increasingly obvious. As the debt reached an acceptable level, attention was turned 
to the construction of a sanctuary. Following the typical pattern, plans were 
discussed. It was generally agreed that the sanctuary which was originally planned 
would not provide adequate space, so a multipurpose room was added to the rear. 
Bids were requested and construction began in October, 1974. This phase of the 
building program was completed at a cost of approximately $120,000 and the 
sanctuary was first used the first Sunday in February, 1975. 

The Reverend A. D. Frazier resigned September 22, 1976. He served as interim 
pastor until the Reverend Anthony Oakley became pastor on June 13, 1977. 

HISTORY OF PARKWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH 

Parkwood Baptist Mission was started in November, 1964. Yates Baptist Church 
agreed to sponsor the mission at the request of the extension committee of Yates 
Baptist Association. The first worship service was held on November 15, 1964, in a 
vacant store in the Parkwood Shopping Center. The first service attracted 93 people. 
Services were continued and on December 6, 34 presented themselves for membership 
in the sponsoring church. The following Sunday 18 others presented themselves. 
Reverend Ray Hodge, pastor of Yates Baptist Church, served as mission pastor. 

Reverend Hodge led the mission through the following accomplishments: 

(1) The election of a missions committee on November 20, 1964, to guide the 
mission and work with the sponsoring church; 

(2) The election of a building committee on November 29, 1964; 

(3) The first communion service on January 10, 1965; 

(4) The formation of the Parkwood Woman's Missionary Society on January 21, 
1965; 

(5) The first baptismal service held at Yates Church on February 14, 1965; 

(6) The initial payment of $6,148 toward the purchase of property on Clermont 
Road in Parkwood; 

(7) The first revival. May 23-28, at the South Patterson Community Center, 
conducted by Mr. Hodge; 

(8) The first Vacation Bible School, June 21-27, 1965. Classes were held in empty 
store buildings and various homes of members. Average attendance was 116. 
Commencement was held outdoors "under the stars ". 

(9) Selection by the building committee, with the approval of the church, of Ken 
Scott as architect for the new church building, June 30, 1965; 

(10) Adoption of the first budget of $16,500 on July 4, 1965; 

(11) Approval for bids of the drawings by the architect, November 7, 1965. On 
January 23, 1966, the church voted to award the bid to Delta Construction Company. 
On this same date it was voted to initiate a bond selling program with Fidelity 
Plan, Inc. The initial construction cost was to be $133,000. 

On January 16, 1966, it was announced that Reverend Ronald Lackey had 
accepted the call as the first pastor. He assumed his duties February 6, 1966. 

Church services were held in an empty section of the Parkwood Shopping Center. 
This became over-crowded and in August, 1965, services were moved to the South 
Patterson Community Center. In April, 1966, services were moved to Lowe's Grove 
Elementary School. Sunday School and Nursery were held in empty store buildings, 
offices, and homes of members. The new building was first used in March, 1967. 
Reverend Lackey served the church until May, 1968. 

Reverend Jerreal Buchanan came January 12, 1969, as the second pastor of 
Parkwood Mission. Under his leadership the mission was constituted into a church 
on October 5, 1969. There were 199 members at this time. The following December 
the first deacons were elected. 

The church started its first Day Care ministry in September, 1970. 

In the spring of 1971 the church voted to purchase the house next door to be used 
as a nursery for church services and activities of the Day Care. 

The first homecoming was held October 3, 1971, with plans to continue this event 
every two years. 

Reverend Buchanan suffered his first heart attack on November 7, 1972. Returning 



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to the pulpit in January, he resumed full activities by the summer. 

The first full-time youth director was employed in the summer of 1975. 

On October 6, 1974, dedication services were held for an additional wing to the 
church building. Financed by church bonds in the amount of $110,000. Delta 
Construction was again awarded a contract, with Hackney, Knott and Sears serving 
as architects. 

Reverend Buchanan suffered a second heart attack November 3, 1974, and due to 
ill health, resigned the pastorate effective April 1, 1975. Dr. Donald Cook, professor 
at Southeastern Seminary, was called as interim pastor in July. 

The church voted in April, 1976, to call Reverend David G. Moore as pastor. His 
acceptance was effective May 1. Under his leadership the church is growing spirit- 
ually arid continues to go forward in all phases of the Kingdom work. 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION BOARD 

Board meetings were held on November 9 at University Church, February 1 at 
Cresset Church, May 10 at Grace Church, October 11 at Fieldcrest Church. 

November 9 

Director Hubert Mumford recommended: 

a. that our regular Association Nominations Committee be asked to consult with 
the present workers of the organizations (Sunday School, Church Training, Brother- 
hood, Music, and Church Media Center/ Library — Woman's Missionary Union not 
included because that organization is still Auxiliary to the Convention), then select 
and present for approval at the February board meeting, the organizational directors 
for the ensuing year; 

b. that these directors consult with the chairman of our Association Nominations 
Committee from time to time as needed for correlation and proceed to enlist their 
workers in time for approval at the May board meeting. Exception: The Music 
Council members shall not sereve more than five consecutive years. (This suggestion 
comes from the Music Council..) 

c. that these organizational workers be approved at the May board meeting that 
they may attend various training opportunities during the summer before assuming 
their responsibilities in the fall. 

d. that these procedures, if successful, be incorporated in our Association Consti- 
tution and By-Laws at the annual meeting. 

It was passed. 

February I 

Mrs. Marilyn Partin, of the Durham Department of Social Services, pled for 
continued support of the Energy Fuel Fund. 

Upon recommendation of the Camp Committee it was voted to approve funds for 
preparing plans and specifications for the construction of two different type struc- 
tures; one for summer use at approximately $25,000, and one for all-weather use at 
approximately $40,000 so that plans might be ready when and if the money becomes 
available for construction. Funds for the plans and specifications would come from 
receipts of a bequest left by Mrs. Alice S. Rochelle of Lakewood Church. 

The tentative budget for 1977 was revised and adopted. 

The Future Development Committee recommended: 

J. that the FDC be authorized to employ on a part-time basis a coordinator for 
the committee; 

2. that the FDC be authorized to employ part-time secretarial help to assist the 
coordinator; 

3. that when the FDC, with the aid of the coordinator, has finished its work, it 
shall report to the associational board its recommendations concerning the direction 
and ministries of this association. 

4. that the $2,400 previously made available at the annual meeting from the 1976 
budget be alloted for this purpose, if needed. 



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Approved. 

The following directors were elected: Sunday School — Johnny Ross, Brotherhood 
— J. Edwin Couch, Music Council — Larry Dickens. 

The director stressed the Long-Range Planning Conference, the Conflict Manage- 
ment Conference, and the Dynamics of Prayer Workshops that were coming. 

The Executive Committee was empowered to make whatever adjustments in 
times and dates in meetings made necessary by the Energy Crisis. 

May 10 

In the absence of both the moderator and vice moderator, Bruce Little, the 
parliamentarian, presided. 

The recommendation from the Camp Committee adopted at the February board 
meeting was corrected: the estimated cost of the summer building is $9,000 rather 
than $25,000. 

It was voted to appropriate $1,200 each for both Edgemont and Fieldcrest 
churches for summer workers, if acceptable persons can be found. 

The salary of Mrs. Anna Funderburk, caretaker of the Camp, was increased $240. 

The Nominations Committee brought the complete list of officers and committees 
for approval. 

It was announced that the Dynamics of Prayer Workshops originally scheduled 
in March will be held June 3, 4, 6. 

Officers for the newly formed Church Media Center/Library Organization were 
presented and elected. 

An action on "Host Homes" is presented elsewhere. 

It was voted to apply to the State Convenrtion for $2,000 toward the salary of the 
new pastor of Fieldcrest Church when he arrives. 

October 11 

Once again in the absence of the moderator and vice moderator, Bruce Little, the 
parliamentarian presided. 

The tentative budget for 1978 was presented and various items explained. 

Upon recommendation of the Camp Committee, it was voted to instruct the 
trustees of the Yates Baptist Association to convey to the State of North Carolina 
approximately .83 acres of land adjacent to the existing highway right-of-way for 
the sum of $860 with the further provision that a typical fence be erected along the 
severance line. 

W. W. Sprouse, chairman of the Community Ministries Committee, presented a 
mimeographed report from his committee in response to resolutions on "Host 
Homes" referred to it at the May board meeting. These are found on pages 26-27 of 
the Book of Reports. 

As we face the challenge of the third year of participation in the Southern Baptist 
Convention "Bold Mission Thrust", let us work together to achieve the goals set 
before us : 

Let every person in our land have an opportunity to hear and accept the Gospel 
of Jesus Christ. 

Let every person in our land have an opportunity to share in the witness and 
ministry of a New Testament fellowship of believers. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Curtis Crutchfield, Moderator 

REPORT OF THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the 
annual associational meetings of 1978: 

Host Churches 

Monday evening, October 23 Plainview Baptist Church 

Cheek Road 

Tuesday morning, October 24 (with lunch) Calvary Baptist Church 

Cor. Lynn Road and Raleigh Highway 

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Tuesday evening, October 24 



Cresset Baptist Church 
3707 Garrett Road 



Annual Sermon 



Preacher Reverend Robert McClernon 

Pastor, Watts Street Baptist Church 

Alternate Reverend James West 

Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church 

Respectfully submitted, 

Travis Clements, Chm. 



REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 

The aim of the Brotherhood Council is to plan and implement an associational 
program to encourage participation of men and boys in mission study and mission 
activities in their church communities. 

The year 1977 has been an exciting one in that several new Royal Ambassador 
groups have been formed and others revived. There has been renewed interest in 
many churches for a Baptist Men's group. 

Many events were held to stimulate this growth, including the following: 

A Baptist Men's Prayer Supper at Grey Stone 

An Associational RA Track Meet at Durham Academy, with GA's participating 
A Regional Leadership Conference at First Baptist, Hillsborough 
An Associational Crusader Car Competition at Braggtown 

Brotherhood Council members were also busy throughout the year visiting 
churches that had expressed an interest in establishing an RA or Baptist Men's 
program. 

I thank the Lord for this apparent renewed interest of the men in our churches. I 
look forward to increased growth in 1978 among men who are willing to be bold in 
the work of our Lord. 

Respectfully submitted, 
J. Edwin Couch, Director 

REPORT OF THE CHURCH MEDIA CENTER ORGANIZATION 

The Associational Church Media Center Organization (TACMO) met five times 
during the church year. A survey was conducted in the churches of the Association 
to determine the greatest needs of the Media Centers. 

These survey sheets have been studied and four workshop-type meetings have 
been planned around this survey. Media directors will receive notices of the time 
and place of the meetings. Dates and topies are: 



November 5 Aids and Lists for Selection of Materials 

Helps for Cataloging and Organization 

February 4 Promotion of the Use of Library/Media Center 

May 6 Cataloging and Processing — Book Repair — Vertical Files 

August 5 Recruiting and Training of Library/Media Workers. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. W. A. Crabtree, Director 



REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

In recent years the Church Training program across our Southern Baptist 
Convention has been rather anemic and disheartening, but it is obvious that better 
days are ahead and our own association is no exception. 

During the past year our only associational event was the Children's Bible Drill 
on May 29. There were two winners from Bethesda, Misty Daye and Lisa Boykin; 
and two from Durham Memorial, Ralph M. Stanhope, Jr., and Victor Gerald Lee, 
Jr. All went to the State event at Caswell and returned as winners. We are proud of 
them. 



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We had two Associational Church Training Directors during the year: Johnny 
Ross of Ceirrboro and Floyd Rhodes of First, who is making big plans for 1978 and 
beyond. Mr. Rhodes was our Associational Director several years ago. He brings a 
lot of interest in and to this program. 

Next year we have taking place in our area Regional "Developing Book Confer- 
ences" on January 26 with state workers, and on May 1 and 2, we have scheduled 
our own "Training Extravaganza" with Dr. Grady Cothen, Dr. Howard Foshee, and 
the successor to Dr. Phil Harris, soon to be announced at the B. S. S. B. and others 
all coming as speakers. 

Respecetfully submitted, 
Hubert S. Mumford 

REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Yates Association Music Council provided our churches with educational 
and inspirational experiences as well as providing new resources for the local church 
through the establishment of the Associational Music Reference Library. 

The projects were as follows: 

1. Associational School of Music: 

Under the leadership of the entire Music Council as well as Larry Molnar two 
consecutive nights of musical training were offered in the following areas: Beginning 
and Advanced Music Reading, Beginning and Advanced Vocal Study, Music 
Leading and Conducting, Volunteer or Lay Music Directors, Church Accompanist, 
and Children's Choir Leadership. One hundred and fifty five persons were enrolled 
in the school which was held at Yates Church. 

2. Fall Youth Singspiration: 

This was an informal musical worship service led by Dennis Grass at Cresset 
Church. Participation was exceptional and the service was truly an inspirational 
experience. 

3. Spring Youth Singspiration: 

This event was led by George Archer and Dennis Grass. A special presentation 
by Miss Sharon McCarson was the highlight of the evening. This meeting was held 
at Holloway Street Church and was also well attended. 

4. Associational Music Reference Library: 

Because of our desire to aid music directors in the constant search of choral 
materials, this council established the Associational Music Reference Library. 
Memberships in many of the major music publishing company choral clubs were 
granted on a complimentary basis and others were purchased. The following 
companies are now represented in our reference library: Word, Benson, Singspira- 
tion, Crescendo, Fine Arts, Alexandria House, Lillenas, Monna, Hope, and Lorenz. 
Catalogs of other companies are available also. The library is housed in the associa- 
tion office and is available during office hours. The council has adopted these 
guidelines for the library: 

1. A director may check out a maximum of three packets at a time. 

2. Packets may be checked out for two weeks at a time. 

3. It will be the responsibility of the user to see that all material, is in each packet 
and complete before returning the packet. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Larry G. Dickens, Director 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The basic objective of the associational Sunday School organization is to assist 
church leaders in the Yates Association, through program interpretation and 
training, to be more effective in carrying out their responsibilities as Sunday School 
workers. 

During this past year several events have been held in order to meet their 
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was conducted at Grey Stone Church. Professionals from the S. S. Department of 
the N. C. Baptist Convention, assisted by state approved workers, led age-group 
conferences for every category. New materials £ind resources recently purchased by 
the S. S. Board were introduced at this all-day workshop. 

On April 12, a meeting was held to determine areas of needs in our associational 
Sunday School work. Even though the meeting was poorly attended, an opportunity 
was given for S. S. workers to identify ways in which the association could help. 

The Associational Vacation Bible School Clinic, designed to assist all VBS 
workers, was held at Grace Church on April 26. Two-hour sessions were conducted 
in the morning and evening with workers given the choice of which conference they 
wanted to attend. 

Finally, the Yates Church hosted the Associational S. S. Leadership Night on 
September 13, with 116 persons attending representing 20 of our 47 churches. 

As we look forward to next year, we are hoping to involve more churches in our 
associational S. S. events. By sharing our strengths ("Hallelujahs") and weaknesses 
("woes") we hope to develop better teachers as we strive to reach more people. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Johnny E. Ross, Director 

REPORT OF THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

Our Associational WMU has had a busy year teaching and supporting missions 
and engaging in mission action. We have continued to provide food for the associa- 
tional food pantry, to sponsor quarterly visits by churches to Murdoch, and to send 
Christmas gifts to the N. C. Correctional Center for Women. This year we will be 
sending homemade cookies and candy. 

We continue to be concerned for our Baptist Young Women (18-29) and young 
Baptist Women (30-45). We are striving to plan meaningful activities appealing to 
this group. Our first Baptist Women's Pastor Appreciation Dinner was so successful 
that everyone is looking forward to the one planned for March of next year. As 
evidence of their concern for doing good mission work in their local church, approx- 
imately 135 women from 30 churches came to our leadership training conference at 
University Church. 

The Girls in Action and the Acteens enjoyed their first track meet with the Royal 
Ambassadors so much that we are planning to have our own this year. Mission 
Friends leaders can look forward to a Leaders' Brunch in April. 

Approximately 350 persons from 38 of our churches were present to hear Miss 
Martha Franks, a delightful speaker and retired missionary, at our annual meeting 
in April. This year we look forward to having Miss Carolyn Weatherford, executive 
director of Woman's Missionary Union, Southern Baptist Convention, with us at 
Grey Stone in April. Please plan to be with us. 

We have £in excellent WMU Council of trained and dedicated women eager to 
help you with your mission concerns. We would like to see each and every church 
next year. Please call us as you make your plans for a Bold Missions endeavor. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Director 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

The camp has been used extensively during the past twelve months. 

There have been some problems with the water systems recently but we hope 
they will turn out to be of a minor nature. Hopefully these problems will be resolved 
during the next few weeks. With the prospect of substantial future use of the camp, 
your committee is also pursuing the possibility of installing a large metal water 
storage tank to provide water for peak periods of use. 

Plans and specifications are now being prepared for two additional types of 
buildings for the camp grounds. One would be suitable for summer use only while 
the other would be an all-weather facility. Within the next month or so the plans for 
these structures should be complete. 

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will know the results of this appraisal soon. Your committee will attempt to negotiate 
with the government the very best arrangement possible and will report to the 
board the result of these negotiations as soon as they mature. 

The sale of this property to the government should allow the Association to 
discharge its current indebtedness on the property and, in addition, should provide 
funds for acquisition of other adjacent property and perhaps the erection of one of 
more structures. 

The highway serving the grounds will be widened and in the process the Associa- 
tion will lose some .83 acres for right-of-way purpose. The board at its October 
meeting voted to accept an offer of $860 for the small amount of land provided the 
state is willing to erect a wire fence along the severance line. 

The pond has been drained and some cleaning and excavation will be done around 
the edges. When this has been completed the pond will be restocked with fish. 

New rules and regulations have been formulated and published regarding the use 
of the camp facility. These rules and regulations were adopted after full discussion 
with representatives of the various churches at a meeting held for just this purpose. 
Your committee extends a warm word of thtmks to all those who participated in the 
meeting. They are truly concensus rules and not just those of a small committee. 
Under these revised rules the camp seems to be operating more smoothly. 

Finally, we extend our thanks to Mr. George Ray, camp director, and to Mrs. 
Anna Funderburk, caretaker, for their many efforts during the past year. Without 
their strong support the operation of the camp would have been far more difficult. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. B. Stone, Jr., Chm. 

REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The goal of our committee continues to be to encourage churches within the 
Association to become more aware of the ministries we can perform in and beyond 
our church community. 

There were several highlights in 1976-77. A Multi-Ministries Seminar was held on 
March 28. Included on the agenda were Drug Abuse, Alcoholism, Child Abuse, and 
the Good News club for children. 

Also, a workshop was held in the interest of "Group Homes" in our associational 
area on October 17. These were Family Care Homes for up to five senior citizens, 
and Homes for the Aged where a larger number of people in the senior citizen 
category are cared for. This is a ministry in which some of our churches are already 
involved. We anticipate more church groups becoming active in this area as a result 
of this workshop. Representatives from the Department of Social Services and the 
Volunteer Services Bureau led the discussion and offered suggestions as to how our 
churches can become involved. 

The committee continues to encourage our churches to "adopt" a cottage at 
Murdoch-Umstead. This too can be a rewarding ministry and one in which we can 
share Christian love and concern to those less fortunate than we are. 

Six Laubach Literacy workshops were held during the year ; the last one was held 
on October 14-15. In them we train volunteers interested in becoming tutors of non- 
readers. Sixty-five persons were trained this year. Volunteers have spent 1400 
hours teaching 45 people. Mrs. Ruby West, our Associational Director, has earned a 
Senior Tutor's Certificate and recently completed work for the Tutor Trainer's 
Certificate. Congratulations! 

A new ministry, "Host Homes", was begun during the last few months; progress 
has been made. This ministry, initiated by the Watts Street Church, seeks to find 
homes that will furnish lodging for members of families from out-of-town who have 
a family member in a local hospital and cannot afford the expense of local motel 
accommodations. 

This matter was brought to the May board meeting. The board voted to refer it 
to the Community Ministries Committee for study and appropriate action at the 
board's next meeting. The following resolutions were brought to the board on 
October 11 at Fieldcrest Church. 



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These actions by the Watts Street Church and the Association Board have been 
taken seriously by members of the Community Ministries Committee. Many hours 
have been given in committee meetings and in conferences with Bev Rosen and Wes 
Aitken of Duke Hospital, interested Yates Association pastors who have been 
present in initial meetings, Watts Street Church members who have been involved, 
officials of the Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill, and others. 

Out of the abundance of information that has been accumulated, the following 
resolutions have been drafted and are offered to the Yates Association official 
board. 

Whereas there is a growing need for temporary housing for out-of-town families 
of patients and outpatients at Duke Hospital who cannot afford prevailing motel 
rates; 

Whereas the Board of Missions of Watts Street Baptist Church has initiated a 
Host Homes program for the enlistment of private homes to help meet this need; 

Whereas the meeting of these obvious needs for temporary housing is too big for 
one church, but would logically appeal to those of close proximity to Duke Hos- 
pital; 

Whereas this effort could develop into a program of tremendous proportions, 
eventually including other medical institutions, demanding additional staff and 
more permanent overnight facilities; 

Therefore, be it resolved that the Associational board at its meeting on October 
11 or the Yates Baptist Association at its annual meeting on October 24-25 recom- 
mend: 

1. To the Duke Hospital, that it continue to perfect the administration of this 
Host Homes program (at this time only two of the homes are being used with any 
consistency out of the eight homes available); 

2. To the churches of Yates Baptist Association, that they be prepared to enlist 
homes of their fellowships for this ministry; 

3. To the churches of other denominations through whatever channels are appro- 
priate and available, that they also consider this means of serevice; 

4. To the Future Develop Committee, that it consider as a part of its work, the 
study of this potential community ministry as it implicates Yates Association in 
the future. 

After adopting the above resolutions at the October 11 board meeting it was 
found that they were already obsolete. The Community Ministries Committee there- 
fore moves the following substitute: 

1. To the Duke Hospital, that it continue to perfect the administration of this 
Host Homes program in cooperation with other medical institutions of the Durham- 
Chapel Hill area, especially the Veterans' Administration Hospital; 

2. To the churches of Yates Baptist Association, that they accelerate the enlist- 
ment of homes from their fellowships for this ministry (we find now that there are 
not enough homes to meet the need); 

3. To the churches of other denominations through whatever channels are appro- 
priate and available, that they also promote this means of service; 

4. To the owners of host homes, that they feel free to charge nominal fees for the 
use of their facilities; 

5. To the Future Development Committee, that it consider as a part of its work, 
the study of this community ministry as it implicates Yates Association in the 
future. 

Another important effort has taken the forefront in our associational area in 
recent months. We therefore bring the following "Resolutions Pertaining to Emerg- 
ency Homes for Abused and Neglected Children." 

Whereas there are a distressing number of abused and neglected children reported 
periodically in the Greater Durham area; 



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Whereas there are no specialized facilities available in the area for temporary 
emergency care, necessitating the premature return of the child to the very home in 
which the injury was inflicted; 

Whereas a group of citizens representative of various social agencies £ind religious 
groups, principally Grey Stone Baptist Church, have done the necessary research 
for providing a home for these unfortunates, including the supervision by our 
Baptist Children's Homes; 

Whereas a board of directors has been selected to formulate procedures governing 
admissions and care of said children; 

Whereas this group has also done the necessary planning for launching an effort 
to raise $100,000 for these needed facilities; 

And again, whereas a 100% endorsement by our own Yates Baptist Ministries' 
Conference has been received; 

Therefore, be it resolved, 

1. that the Yates Baptist Association on October 25, 1977, at Ebenezer Baptist 
Church, express its deep appreciation for all this work on the part of our fellow 
Baptists, and many others in the Greater Durham-Chapel Hill area; 

2. that we express our confidence in the ultimate success of this timely and much- 
needed effort; 

3. that we pledge our support to the campaign; and 

4. that we urge our fellow Baptists and other interested persons in the Research 
Triangle area to give sacrificially of their financial resources in attaining this 
tremendous goal. 

There are so many ways in which our churches can show our Christian love and 
concern! We feel that we have just begun to reach beyond our own communities. 
Our prayer is that each of our churches may "lengthen our cords and strengthen our 
stakes" as we enter our new church year, that we may show and share His love 
through these many ministries. 

Respectfully submitted, 
W. Wilson Sprouse, Chm. 

REPORT OF THE DEACONS COMMITTEE 

At the close of the year the committee decided on a pattern of workshops and 
rallies for the future. Each year there will be two successive nights, the first given to 
education and the second given to inspiration. 

On Thursday, December 1, Dr. Nathan Brooks, formerly of our Baptist State 
Convention, will conduct a workshop for all persons who have been, are, or hope to 
be, deacons. 

On Friday, December 2, Dr. Cecil Seagle of Charlotte has been enlisted for an 
inspirational rally. He has an outstanding reputation for working with his deacons. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Billy Judd, Chm. 

REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

These are tremendous days for the churches of the Yates Baptist Association, 
and your Evangelism Committee is grateful to be a part. It is our prayerful concern 
that our Association be a leader in evangelism. Your committee shall strive to 
provide programs of instruction and opportunities to apply these learning endeavors. 
This shall include schools of evEingelism, programs of follow-up, area-wide crusade, 
ministry to housing projects, and others. It is our desire to work closely with other 
committees to strengthen our efforts. 

Over 3,000 pators and guests gathered in Charlotte last February for the N. C. 
Evangelism Conference. There were many challenges from outstanding speakers 
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The seventh annual statewide Youth Conference was held in Gresnsboro on 
August 19 with over 10,000 youth present and over 800 decisions. 

As we walk together at our Lord's command to evangelize, beginning at home 
and reaching around the world, let us community together and move toward this 
direction. 

flespectfuUy submitted, 
Julius H. Lee, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

This has been a most active year for this committee, which was an appointed 
committee until this past May when it became a standing committee. 

After becoming a standing committee, we commenced having monthly meetings 
at which we discussed what course the Yates Baptist Association should take in the 
coming years. After several meetings we determined that the committee could not 
do this study without the assistance of a coordinator. 

The Association Board approved a budget of $2,400 for this work at the May 
meeting. The committee then sought out the person to do this work and the Lord 
led us to Roy Smith, assistant to Cecil Ray, with the State Baptist Comvention. 

We have met all summer long on a regular basis, sent out a questionnaire, held a 
field meeting at Ephesus Church for input from all people from that area. 

We are at present continuing to seek and evaluate input from all pastors, board 
members, and all other fellow members from our associational churches. Anyone 
wishing to have input into the report please send information to the association 
office in care of this committee. This report will be made to the 1978 Associational 
Meeting. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bill Garrett, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE 

This committee met and corresponded several times. An attempt was made to set 
up a conference using professors from Southeastern Seminary but time conflicts 
rendered plans unfilled. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Aubrey Jones, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

Our committee has not been able to show much for its efforts in 1976-77. We are 
considering locations for three new churches. We have been contacted by a group 
that may apply for membership in our association eventually. 

We are still holding the four and one-half acres on Garrett Road. We trust that 
the Future Development Committee will enlarge and revise the responsibility of 
this committee in a year or two. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stewart Wallace, Chm. 

REPORT OF THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE 

The Ordinations Committee was called upon by four churches in 1977 to assist in 
the examination of four candidates for the ministry. After examination, they were 
recommended by the committee to their churches for ordination: 

February 10 — Ted C. Kandler at the request of Holloway Street Baptist Church, 
March 28 — Mrs. Mcllwaine Morris at the request of University Baptist Church, 
April 25 — John Rast at the request of Temple Baptist Church, 
August 25 — John Deeds, III, at the request of Immanuel Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kermit Gray, Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE 

The Radio and Television Committee held two meetings during the year and 
completed a survey of pastors to determine the interest our churches might have in 
a cooperative use of radio and television. 

Results of the survey indicate that the most favorable interest in the production 
of seasonal television specials and secondly in daily radio programming under an 
associational format and contract, all such programs to be under-written and 
produced by the participating churches. 

The committee is proceeding with the study and implementation of such cooper- 
ative use of these media as may be feasible and for which the support and participa- 
tion of a sufficient number of churches can be obtained. 

The potential impact upon the community of sustained Christian programming 
on radio and television offers the churches their greatest opportunity for communi- 
cating the Gospel to society as a whole. Let us pray for God's blessings in opening a 
wide door of service in this field of ministry. 

The churches are encouraged to take advemtage of those cooperative opportunities 
which your committee is seeking to arrange. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Julian M. Motley, Chm. 

REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 40 

With a "Spring Frolic" at the K and W Cafeteria in April, this group began its 
third year of activities. During the past year monthly meetings for fellowship, fun, 
and food have brought members and visitors together, usually on the first Satur- 
day. 

Several of the members have attended conferences out-of-town. 

Membership is open to anyone over 40 years of age who has lost a mate by death 
or divorce, or is unmarried. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Notice 
of the meetings is carried in the NEWS published by the Association monthly. 

Officers serving this year are: President, Miss Ephna Watts; Secretary-Treasurer, 
Mrs. Marie Deal; Program Co-chairpersons, Mrs. Arlene Greene, Mrs. Berlene 
Jester and Billy Sloan. 

Respectfully submitted 
Ephna Watts, Pres. 
REPORT OF THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE 

The Student Work Committee began its work by meeting with a group of ministers 
to explore the possibility of the committees programming for student needs on the 
associational level. It was determined that there was a need to develop some 
programs through our Baptist Centers to help pastors improve their ministry to 
students in their churches. It was decided also to bring some students together 
during the summer to determine what needs they felt the Association could meet. A 
number of youth from several churches came together at Battle House for recreation, 
rapping and programs of their choosing. 

Members of the committee and especially our Baptist Student Workers at Chapel 
Hill and Duke helped make these outings a rewarding experience. The groups had 
hoped to develop a project for an associational wide "On-to-College" program, but 
not enough churches were interested. 

The committee secured the names of college st;udents in our churches and sent 
them to the State Student Office to be forwarded to the Student Center and 
association office where the students would be in school. A letter was mailed to 
freshmen encouraging them to keep in touch with their local church, look into their 
Baptist student work, and consider affiliating with a church on or near their cam- 
pus. 

Lists of Baptist students coming to Durham and Chapel Hill were distributed to 
the churches of our association. 

At this point, the committee is evaluating the results of a comprehensive survey 



of student ministries in our churches. Results will be sent out to churches with 
recommendations for future student ministry in our association. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard Davis, Chm. 

REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Advisory Council was quite active this year, meeting on a regular 
basis for fellowship and planning. Two big events were conducted during the year. 
A Teen Conference was held May 15-17 at Holloway Street Church. The Sunday 
night program was planned by the Music Council and was attended by more than 
400 people. The study session had an average attendance of 72. 

On May 23-25 a Youth Evangelism Strategy Training Seminar was held at Guess 
Road Church. The seminar, led by Richard Everett, of the N. C. Baptist State 
Convention, was attended by 15 youth leaders in the association. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harry Fowler, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE AUDITOR 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates 
Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1976. My examination 
was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly 
included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
I considered necessary in the circumstances, except that it was not practical to 
extend my examination of income beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, subject to the above qualification, the accomanying statement of 
cash receipts and expenditures presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of the 
Yates Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1976 on a basis 
consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Frank D. Nelson, CPA, Auditor 
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1976 

Balance Balance 

Fund 1-1-76 Receipts Expenditure 12-31-76 

General $ 7,286.59 $67,538.03 $67,390.61 $ 7,434.01 

Royal Ambassador 40.41 40.41 — — 

Yates Home Development 141.55 7.62 149.17 

Camp Swimming Pool 94.35 5.08 99.43 

Church Expansion 1,122.36 60.49 1,182.85 

Camp Expansion 5,554.89 3,403.63 8,958.52 

Bold Missions Thrust (Note I) —0— 2,400.00 2,400.00 

Video Tape Playback —0— 546.50 546.50 

$14,240.15 $73,961.35 $67,431.02 $20,770.48 
Cash Balance at December 31, 1976: 

Bank $ 10,320.51 

Petty Cash 60.00 

Security savings and Loan 10,389.97 



$ 20,770.48 

Yates Baptist Association is a non-profit religious organization which maintains 
its records on the cash receipts and disbursements basis. 
NOTE I 

During the year 1976 the amount of $2,400.00 was transferred from the general 
fund and set aside as a special fund designated as "Bold Missions Thrust." 



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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 





Oct. -Dec. 


Jan. -Sept. 




ly/o 


iy77 


CASH ON HAND: 


$ 9,310.14$ 


7,374.01 


RECEIPTS: 






From Churches 


16,318.18 


45,967.89 


Sales Tax Refund 





332.36 


Camp 


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425.00 


Video Tape 


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A 

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Total Cash Available 


$24,856.82 


$54,099.26 


DISBURSEMENTS: 






Church Expansion 








Evangelism 








Camp: Superintendent of Grounds 


495.00 


1,665.00 


Maintenance 


631.85 


1,806.24 


Insurance 





690.70 


Capital Improvement 


128.38 





Bond Retirement 


1,715.45 


5,150.67 


Library & Visual Aids 


3.51 


215.08 


Youth Council 


42.34 


96.99 


Ministers' Conference 





51.57 


Sunday School 


14.48 


249.84 


Church Training 





51.72 


W. M. U. 


295.03 


909.70 


Brotherhood 


59.14 


326.28 


Music 


4.00 


215.20 


Baptist Student Work 


300.00 


10.03 


Annual Meeting Committee 


130.03 





Deacons' Committee 








Missions Committee 








Foundation Committee 








Literacy Committee 


166.72 


495.12 


Future Development Committee 





564.06 


Contact Teleministry 


80.00 


100.00 


Inter-Faith Witness 








Research Triangle Missions Committee 





(2.76) 


Ministers' Wives 


15.92 


26.74 


Singles Over 40 





22.50 


Community Ministries Committee 


8.70 


64.31 


Radio & TV Committee 








Pastors' Seminars 





302.58 


Dynamica of Prayer Workshops 





802.51 


Missions Banquet 





705.67 


Salaries: 






Director of Missions 


2,400.00 


7,275.04 


Office Assistant 


1,500.00 


4,860.00 


Clerk 


350.00 





Part-time Secretaries 


1,144.40 


3,887.35 


Summer Youth Missions 


2,400.00 


1,077.25 


Office Expense: 






Rent 


750.00 


2,250.00 


Electricity 


58.00 


317.64 


Water 


14.76 


56.73 


Fuel 


124.10 


467.19 


Janitor 


102.20 


345.30 


Miscellaneous 


18.89 


55.32 


Telephone 


467.77 


1,274.11 


Postage 


670.28 


1,429.96 



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Supplies 537.66 

Equipment 

Equipment Repairs 22.85 

Insurance 

Workmen's Compensation 

Directories 

Other Expenses: 

Director's Travel 499.98 

Director's Housing 717.36 

Director's Retirement 486.79 

Director's Insurance 204.76 

Christmas Bonuses 350.00 

Social Security: Office Assistant 113.22 

Secretaries 73.10 

Camp Superintendent 31.90 

Conventions & Conferences - 

Printing 224.34 

Service Contracts 

Incidentals 28.16 

Miscellaneous: 

N.C. Sales Tax 101.74 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $17,482.81 

Cash on Hand, General Fund, September 30, 1977 
Cash on Hand, Contingency Fund, September 30, 1977 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30, 1977 

SUMMARY OF SPECIAL ACCOUNTS 
Camp Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 

Dividends Earned $ 445.69 

Gift from Rochelle Will 2,672.51 
Balance at End of Year 

M. T. Yates Home Development Fund 



Balance at Beginning of Year 
Dividends Earned 

Balance at End of Year 



7.62 



709.03 


91.40 
50.50 
83.00 
106.50 

1,500.02 
2,100.01 
1,285.56 
767.48 


284.39 
223.67 
97.42 
707.31 
1,400.22 
297.40 
347.00 

266.87 

$48,133.42 

$5,965.84 
2,946.50 

$8,912.34 



$ 8,512.83 

$11,631.03 

$ 141.55 
$ 149.17 



Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 
Dividends Earned 

Balance at End of Year 



5.08 



94.35 
99.43 



Church Expansion Fund 



Balance at Beginning of Year 
Dividends Earned 
Balance at End of Year 



60.49 



$ 1,122.36 



$ 1,182.85 



1978 PROPOSED BUDGET 



MISSIONS: 

1 ) Church Expansion 

2 ) Evangelism 

3) Camp: Superintendent 

4) Maintenance 



1977 
Budget 

100.00 
600.00 
1,980.00 
3,000.00 



Expenditures 
Nine Months 

$ 


1,665.00 
1,806.24 



1978 
Tentative 
Budget 

100.00 
600.00 
2,500.00 
3,000.00 



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5) Insurance 


750.00 


690.70 


750.00 


6) Capital Improvement 


500.00 





500.00 


7 ) Bond Retirement 


9,300.00 


5,150.67 


9,300.00 


8) Library & Visual Aids 


600.00 


215.08 


600.00 


9) Youth Council 


500.00 


96.99 


500.00 


10) Ministers' Conference 


150.00 


51.57 


150.00 


11) Sunday School 


300.00 


249.84 


500.00 


12) Church Training 


300.00 


51.72 


500.00 


13) W. M. U. 


1,200.00 


909.70 


1,220.00 


14) Brotherhood 


600.00 


326.28 


600.00 


15) Music 


600.00 


215.20 


500.00 


16) Baptist Student Work 


375.00 


10.03 


375.00 


17) Annual Meeting Committee 


400.00 





400.00 


18) Deacons' Committee 


200.00 





300.00 


19) Missions Committee 


300.00 





300.00 


20) Foundation Committee 


50.00 





50.00 


21) Literacy Committee 


300.00 


495.12 


500.00 


22) Future Development Committee 


100.00 


564.06 


100.00 


23 ) Contact Teleministry 


250.00 


100.00 


300.00 


24) Inter-Faith Witness 


150.00 





150.00 


25) Research Triangle Missions Com. 


50.00 


(2.76) 


50.00 


26) Ministers' Wives 


100.00 


26.74 


100.00 


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28) Community Ministries Committee 


300.00 


64.31 


300.00 


29) Radio & TV Committee 


200.00 





200.00 


30) Pastors' Seminars 


200.00 


302.58 


300.00 


SALARIES: 








31) Director of Missions 


9,700.00 


7,275.04 


10,282.00 


oZ) vjiiice /\.ssiSLant 


Ki ,'iO\J .\J\) 


4,ODU.vJU 


D,0 / u.uu 


33 ) Clerk 


350 00 





375.00 


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A Q7n 00 


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4fiQ on 


3fS i Siimmpr Ynnt*H AyTiccir^no 


2,400.00 


1,077.25 


2,400.00 


OFFICE EXPENSE: 








36 ) Rent 


3,000.00 


2,250.00 


3,000.00 


37 ) Electricity 


300.00 


317.64 


350.00 


38) Water 


80.00 


56.73 


80.00 


39) Fuel 


600.00 


467.19 


'~! r\r\ r\.f\ 

700.00 


40) Janitor 


450.00 


345.30 


450.00 


41) Miscellaneous 


150.00 


55.32 


150.00 


42 ) Telephone 


1,800.00 


1,274.11 


O AAA AA 


43) Postage 


2,400.00 


1,429.96 


O A r\f\ AA 


44) Supplies 


1,200.00 


709.03 


1,200.00 


45) Equipment 


225.00 





3,00.000 


46) Equipment Repairs 


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47 ) Insurance 


55.00 


50.50 


60.00 




150.00 


83.00 


150.00 




125.00 


106.50 


125.00 


OTHER EXPENSES: 








50) Director's Travel 


2,000.00 


1,500.02 


2,000.00 


51) Director's Housing 


2,800.00 


2,100.01 


2,800.00 


52 ) Director's Retirement 


2,514.00 


1,285.56 


2,514.00 


53) Director's Insurance 


1,200.00 


767.48 


1,200.00 


54 ) Christmas Bonuses 


400.00 





400.00 


55) Social Security: Office Assistant 


390.00 


284.39 


410.00 


56 ) Secretaries 


O A A A A 




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57 ) Camp Superintendent 


125.00 


97.42 


150.00 


58) Convention & Conferences 


700.00 


707.31 


700.00 


59) Printing 


1,500.00 


1,400.22 


1,700.00 



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60) Service Contracts 

61 ) Incidentals 



350.00 
300.00 





297.40 
347.00 
799.91 
676.87 



350.00 
300.00 
300.00 



62 ) Prayer Workshop 

63) Missions Banquet 

TOTALS 



$70,869.00 



$47,866.55 



$77,360.00 







EXPLANATION OF BUDGET ITEMS 



1. Enough for taxes on Garret Road Property 

2. The evangelism committee has aggressive plans for the next three years. 

3. We have not given adequate remuneration to our camp caretaker. 
4-7. All adequate. 

8. We now have a real active group to catch up some needed work. 

9. One or two big events expected next year. 

10. Same 

11-12 Both S. S. «& C. T. have definite events planned. 

13. Per itemized budget. 

14. Definite calendar of events. 

15. Slight reduction of events in 1978. 

16. Same. 

17. Expense comes during annual meeting 

18. Main events coming in a few weeks. 

19. Needed in case of land transaction. 

20. Same. 

21. Very active program; includes supplies on hand. 

22. Overage will come out of contingency fund. 

23. $50 more each year to support this Christian service agency. 
24-26 Same 

27. Increasing program. 

28. One or two workshops a year. 

29. Activity expected. 

30. Only one workshop expected in 1978 instead of three. Did not anticipate any 
this year. 

31-34. Normal Increases. 

35. Requested by evangelism committee. 

36-41. Normal adjustments. 

42. Normal increase. 

43. Same. 

44. Amount fluctuates from month to month because of the purchase and sale of 
paper. 

45. Partial payment toward more adequate printing equipment that will gradually 
pay for itself; we have been forced to use commercial copiers to save time in the 
office. 

46. Same. 

47. Adjustment. 
48-54. Same 
55-57. Adjustments. 

58. Same. 

59. Normal increase; this can be reduced considerably if we purchase more adequate 
printing equipment. 

60-61. Same. 

62-63. These were paid out of items 2, 11, 12, 14, 19, 24, and 28 this year. #63 not 
anticipated next year. #62 not expected to cost as much in 1978. 



Be it resolved that, 

We express grateful appreciation to Moderator Curtis Crutchfield for his tactful 
and efficient conduct of this Yates Associationa! Meeting of October 24-25, 1977, 
the 29th session. 



REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 



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We express grateful appreciation for the work of Director of Missions Hubert S. 
Mumford in his patient and persistent efforts to accompHsh the work of the Lord 
through the ministry of the Yates Association; 

We commend the Associational Clerk, Mrs. Emily Warrren for faithfully and 
efficiently recording the minutes of this meeting; 

We express to the Committees and organizations of the Association who have 
worked throughout the year to carry out the business of the Yates Association, and 
especially to the Program Committee for presenting a smooth and meaningful 
session and also to the messengers who took their time to attend; 

We express our grateful commendation for the challenge and inspiration brought 
by the special speakers: Myra Bates, Randall Lolley, W. R. Wagoner, Velma Ferrell, 
D. P. McFarland, Woodrow Hill, and Carl Bates, and the Annual Sermon by Clell 
Gibson; and also the Chairmen of Committees who gave interesting special reports, 
and other participants who contributed to the program. 

We express grateful appreciation to the song leaders, organists, pianists, and 
other musicians who contributed their talents to the inspiration of the meeting, and 
especially to the Meredith College Duos and Dallas Jones; 

We express our grateful thanks to the HoUoway Street, Ebenezer, and Homestead 
Heights churches for providing a place of meeting, and to the Associational Group 
n churches who provided the noon meal on Tuesday: Bells, Cresset, Ephesus, 
Lakewood, Lystra, Mt. Carmel, Mt. Gilead, Mt. Pisgah, Parkwood, Temple, Yates 
and Ebenezer; 

We remember in Christian love those of our number who have gone from us in 
death to be ever living with the Lord and to comfort the families and loved ones who 
remain. 

We remember the cry of the multitude as Jeremiah 8:20 expressed "The summer 
is ended, the harvest is past, and we are not saved," as we look forward to imple- 
menting the Bold Mission thrust that has been presented to us, to cover the world 
for the Lord in our time, not knowing the time that is left to us. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. John A. Freeman, Chairman 
Mrs. C. N. Royal 
Mrs. Fred Lipe 
RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION HISTORICAL TABLE 
Organized November 7, 1948 



DATE 




PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


1949 


Oct. 


25 Ephesus 


J. T. Edwards 


C. C. Smith 


H. G. Hammett 




Oct. 


26 Grey Stone 








1950 


Oct. 


24 Lowe's Grove 


John Knight 


James P. Morgan 


J. T. Lennon 




Oct. 


25 Temple 






1951 


Oct. 


. 30 Edgemont 


R. D. Holleman 


Calvin Knight 


C. N. Royal 




Oct. 


31 Red Mountain 








1952 


Oct. 


28 Lystra 


W. B. Garr 


B. W. Rogers 


Charles A. Maddry 




Oct. 


29 Braggtown 






1953 


Oct. 


27 Ml Pisgah 


W. B. Carr 


B. W. Rogers 


G. Fred Lipe 




Oct. 


28 Durham Memorial 






1954 


Oct. 


26 Bells 


R. D. Holleman 


Harrell B. Perry 


Jack B. Wilder 




Oct. 


27 Watts Street 






1955 


Oct. 


. 25 Yates 


R. D. Holleman 


Harrell B. Perry 


Robert Costner 




Oct. 


26 Cedar Fork 






1956 


Oct. 


30 Gorman 


Charles A. Maddry 


Harrell B. Perry 


Dennis Hockaday 




Oct. 


31 Berea 







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1957 Oct. 29 Temple 


Charles A. Maddry 


Harrell B. Perry 


R. E. Scarlett 


Oct. 30 Mt. Gilead 








1958 Oct. 28 Angier Avenue 


H. C. Bradshaw 


Harrell B. Perry 


John T. Bunn 


Oct. 29 Mt. Moriah 








1959 Oct. 27 Grace 


H. C. Bradshaw 


Harrell B. Perry 


Victor S. Dowd 


Oct. 28 Calvary 








1960 Oct. 25 Holloway Street 


Victor S. Dowd 


Harrell B. Perry 


Henry B. Anderson 


Oct. 26 Immanuel 








1961 Oct. 24 Bethesda 


Victor S. Dowd 


Harrell B. Perry 


W. L. Pearson, Jr. 


Oct. 25 Westwood 








1962 Oct. 30 Grey Stone 


W. Jethro Broadwell 


Harrell B. Perry 


Claude Graham 


Oct. 31 Ephesus 








1963 Oct. 29 Lakewood 


W. Jethro Broadwell 


Harrell B. Perry 


Warren T. Carr 


Oct. 30 Mt. Carmel 








1964 Oct. 27 Olive Chapel 


J. Russell Barbee 


Harrell B. Perry 


Malbert Smith, Jr. 


Oct. 28 Olive Branch 








1965 Oct. 26 Carrboro 


J. Russell Barbee 


Harrell B. Perry 


B. E. White, Jr. 


Oct. 27 Mt. Hermon 








1966 Oct. 25 Guess Road 


Ray K. Hodge 


Harrell B. Perry 


Russell Barbee 


Oct. 26 Fellowship 








1967 Oct. 24 First Baptist 


Ray K. Hodge 


Harrell B. Perry 


J.AIIisonFogleman 


Oct. 25 Ridgecrest 








1968 Oct. 29 University 


Bruce C. Little 


Harrell B. Perry 


Emest Holt 


Oct. 30 Plainvievif 








1969 Oct. 28 Yates 


Bruce C. Little 


Harrell B. Perry 


Julian Motley 


Oct. 29 Gorman 








1970 Oct. 27 Park View 


Ned L. Mathews 


Harrell B. Perry 


R. F. Smith, Jr. 


Oct. 28 Faith 








1971 Oct. 25 Edgemont 


Ned L. Mathews 


Harrell B. Perry 


Crate Jones 


Oct. 26 Grey Stone 








1972 Oct. 23 Angier Avenue 


John Clayton 


Harrell B. Perry 


Warren Kerr 


Oct. 24 Mt. Moriah 








1973 Oct. 29 Parkwood 


John Clayton 


Harrell B. Perry 


Henry Turlington 


Oct. 30 Rose of Sharon 








1974 Oct. 28 Lowe's Grove 


Robert Winecoft 


Harrell B. Perry 


Everette J. Smith 


Oct. 29 Braggtown 









Lakewood 

1975 Oct. 27 Durham Memorial 

Oct. 28 Bethesda Robert Winecoff Harrell B. Perry Ned Mathews 

Southern High School 
(Trinity) 

1976 OcL 25 Hope Valley Curtis Crutchfield Mrs. J. W. Warren Robert M. Winecoff 
Oct. 26 Watts Street 

Grace 

1977 OcL 24 Holloway Street Curtis Crutchfield Mrs. J. W. Warren Clell E. Gibson 
Oct. 25 Ebenezer 

Homestead Heights 

State and Southern Convention reports in Book of Reports and Convention Annuals. 



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Angier Avenue: B. C. Cannada, Jr., F. L. Christian, Sr. (Deacon), Mrs. 
Alice Gulley, Mrs. Ina Kerr, A. C. Oakley (Deacon), Mrs. Rebecca O'Briant, 
Raymond Upchurch, R. D. Wilson, M. S. Woodell (Deacon). 

Bells: Lester Hall, Mrs. Worthy Howard, Mrs. W. E. Sexton. 

Berea: Miss Mary Penny. 

Bethesda: Mrs. Nannie Holmes, Mrs. Mollie Briggs, Mrs. Edna A. 
Jones, P. G. Barker, J. C. Colclough (Deacon), Mrs. Ethel Hopson, Robert 
Grigston (Deacon), T. M. Freeman, J. C. Yates, Sr. 

Braggtown: A. N. Sturdivant. 

Calvary: Charles Meeks, G. W. Mitchell, Mrs. Eleanor B. Odom, Vance 
Wilkins. 

Carrboro: Fred Buckles, P. D. Chamblee, Mrs. Kemp Cole, H. H. King, 
Mrs. Earl Perry, Vernon Sykes. 

Cedar Fork: Mrs. Floy Green, Floyd Green, Ernest A. King, Mrs. Elsie 
Searls, Exum Walton, Mrs. Helen C. Walton. 

Cheek Heights: J. W. Deitz, Stephen Newburn, Henry Mayes, Mrs. 
Bessie Young. 

Cresset: Myron Lloyd, Mrs. J. T. Whaley, Jr., Duane Winchester. 

Durham Memorial: Rev. John Davis, Mrs. Doris Dean, Willie Ferguson, 
Mrs. Althea Gurley, Sam Harward, Mrs. Nellie Hatley, George Hicks, 
Mrs. Ann Morton, Mrs. Lois Sykes, Mrs. Clara Yeargan. 

Ebenezer: Lacy Horn. 

Edgemont: Dennis W. Grady (Deacon), Mrs. Lillie Carter, Otis A. John- 
son (Deacon), Mrs. Bertie A. Calder, Hubert Mann (Deacon), Mrs. J. W. 
Ingram, E. M. Doss, Mrs. Annie M. Hemdon, Mrs. Vera Sloan, Mrs. 
Pattie Tilley. 

Ephesus: Mrs. Delinda Wiggins, Clifton King, Sam McFarling, Phil 
Whitley. 

Faith: Oscar Teasley. 

First: John A. Buchanan, J. Frank Harward, Mrs. Lena Baucom, Wilbur 
Smith, Dr. Blackwell Markham, Mrs. Elmore Hackney, Mrs. Charles 
Owens, Dr. H. C. Bradshaw, Mrs. W. B. Pace, Miss Ruby Morris, Harold 
Bowles, Miss Ada Valentine, W. M. Hunt, Mrs. W. O. Moss. 

Gorman: Fred Bass, Mrs. Emma Husketh, T. L. Copley, Mrs. Vallie 
Blankenship, Claiborne Barbee, Cary Keith, Steve ToUey, Mrs. Vera Glenn, 
Bryant Bragg. 

Grace: Harvey E. Barber, Mrs. L. L. Clark, J. F. Coe, Mrs. W. J. Grain, 
Samuel C. Faucette, Sam Glosson, Sr., Wm. A. Lewis, Garland S. Motley, 
Thomas C. Peeler, Miss Grace Potts, Charles Wall, Manly P. Ward. 

Grey Stone: Edgar Gates, Daniel Coats, Felix Green, Mrs. J. B. Green, 
Mrs. V. P. Hall, Mrs. Onney Hawley, Mrs. S. G. Johnson, David Lee, 
Payton Lewis, Miss Vallie Malone, W. V. McFarland, W. A. McGhee, Jr., 
Mrs. N. M. McGirk, Mrs. Cecil Poe, Samuel Smith, James R. Suitt, Mrs. 
R. M. Teague, H. Clayton Wallace, Lucian Wallace, Mrs. Lester Wallace. 

Guess Road: Ozie Dickerson, Mrs. Amanda Brown, Julian Tillman, 
Miss Susan Hall, Henry Earp, Mrs. Mae Bennett, Mrs. Fred Sherron. 

HoUoway Street: Bruce Ferrell, Mrs. R. L. Goldston, James A. Miller 
(Deacon), B. C. Canady, Mrs. L. L. Edmondson, Mrs. S. H. Durham, 
Thomas S. Powell. 

Homestead Heights: Lawrence Wilson, Major Carter. 

Hope Valley: Austin Kyles. 



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Immanuel: Tom Garrard. 

Lakewood: Mrs. Nancy H. Boggs, H. J. Broadway, Jr., Roy Farmer, 
Gaither Vaughan. 

Lowe's Grove: Billy Davis, Claude Barbee, Bob May, ^rs. Lillie Mattox, 
Mrs. A. V. Perry McBroom, M. T. Shepherd (Deacon), Mrs. Helen Wynne. 

Lystra: Mrs. Jenny Durham, Mrs. Paul Buchanan, Mrs. Lollie Carson, 
Mrs. Cardue P. Clark, Merel Dollar, Dewey Williams, Ben H. Dollar, Sr. 
(Deacon), Gumey Rigsbee. 

Mount Carmel: Mrs. Pearl Cheek, Edward Duke, Brack Horton, Mrs. 
Martha Mangum, Mrs. Bessie Turner, Mrs. Berta Williams, Willie Bur- 
gess. 

Mount Gilead: Will Council, Mrs. Hattie Hatley, Mrs. Lillian Hudson, 
Mrs. Elsie Thomas, Carey Tripp, Edward Murphy, Mrs. Ruth Ward. 
Mount Harmon: Mrs. Ara Clayton, Roy Waller, Merman Godwin. 
Mount Moriah: Dewy Pendergrass, John Crabtree, Julius Crabtree. 
Mount Pisgah: Miss Sharon McCullen. 

Olive Branch: Miss Madge Nichols, Alvin Nichols, Mrs. Virgil Ferrell, 
Thomas G. Currin. 

Page Road: John D. Brown, Lloyd R. Hodnett, Mrs. O. C. Cooley. 

Park View: Frank Mutter, E. M. Oakley, Miss Lula Belle Felts, Bill 
Cahoon, Howard Mangum. 

Parkwood: Otto King. 

Plainview: Mrs. Nettie W. Vernon, John T. Shepherd, Leroy Hilliard, L. 
R. Colclough. 

Red Mountain: Mrs. Addie Bowen. 
Ridgecrest: Luther Brown, Bill Oakley. 

Rose of Sharon: Bennie Elliott, John Turner, Mrs. Esther Garrard, Mrs. 
Minnie Rhew, Mrs. Lizzie Mayse. 

Temple: R. G. Dunnagan, Miss Lena Dawson, R. G. McGranahan, Sr., 
H. B. Whitley, Jr., Mrs. Bryant Bobbitt, Mrs. D. R. Perry, Mrs. Eugene 
Roberts, Miss Wynona Chaney, Roy E. Gooch, Mrs. W. K. Teague, Marvin 
Oakley, Mrs. Elma Parrish. 

Trinity: Mrs. Willie Hodge. 

University: Carl McPherson, Mrs. Moleta Marsh, Dr. Cecil Johnson, 
Mrs. Elma Reichenberg, George Tilghman, Dr. Roger Sturdevant. 

Watts Street: Mrs. P. L. Long, Ralph W. Rogers, Sr., Arthur H. Hall, 
Mrs. Margaret S. Shipp, Robert W. Wall, Archie B. Smith, Mrs. Margaret 
McFarland, J. Floyd Goodrich. 

Westwood: Alex Rasberry, John Newsome, Wallace Vickers. 

Yates: Mrs. James Yeargan, Mrs. Lettie Shepherd, Raymond Pickett, 
Mrs. Dorothy Hill. 



CHURCH DIRECTORY 



CHURCHES AND PASTORS 



Church 


Mailing Address 


Telephone 


Pastor 


Angier Avenue 


80x 11296, Durham 27703 


596-6430 


Crate Jones 


Bells 


Rt. 3, Box 140, Apex 27502 


362-6090 


Henry L. Copeland 


Berea 


Rt. 3, Box 108, Durham 27713 




William H. Duke, Jr. 


Bethesda 


1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 


596-2441 


Tobie P. Stone,Jr. 


Braggtown 


P. 0. Box 15022, Durham 27704 


477-6440 


Clell E. Gibson 


Calvary 


1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 


596-2592 


James E. West 


Carrboro 


P. 0. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 


967-3056 


Jack H. Mansfield 


Cedar Fork 


Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 




Donald Brown 


Cheek Heights 


826 N. Hardee Street, Durham 27703 


688-8891 


Robert Hubbard 


Cresset 


3707 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 


489-2655 


Ned L. Mathews 


Durham Memorial 


2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 


596-7350 


Gerald C. Goodwin 


Ebenezer 


Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27705 


383-6668 


Emest H. Ferrell 


Edgemont 


1003 E. Main Street, Durham 27701 


682-3251 


Norman E. Gossett 


Ephesus 


Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 


489-4483 


Jimmy L. Nickelston 


Faith 


3321 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 


682-8750 


A. M. Burkham, Jr. 


Fieldcrest 


1815 Glenn School Road, Durham 27704 


682-1248 




First 


414 Cleveland Street, Durham 27701 


688-7308 




Gorman 


3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 


688-3947 


Julian M. Motley 


Grace 


1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 


688-6765 


Fred A. King 


Grey Stone 


P. 0. Box 2686, Durham 27705 


286-2281 


Malbert Smith, Jr. 


Guess Road 


3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 


477-4893 


Emest G. Holt 


Holloway Street 


1415 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 


688-4711 


W. Aubrey Jones 


Homestead Heights 


4007 Holt School Road, Durham 27704 


477-3859 




Hope Valley 


6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 


493-1809 


James 1. Murphy 


Immanuel 


3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham 27705 


383-1422 


Russell L. Wimmer 


Lakewood 


2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 


489-2537 


Everett J. Smith 


Lowe's Grove 


4430 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713 


544-1888 




Lystra 


Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 


933-6324 




Mt. Carmel 


Rt. 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 


933-8565 


Jimmy L. Pitts 


Mt.Gilead 


Rt. 4, Box121,Pittsboro 27312 


542-2431 


Brooks L. Hunt 


Mt. Hermon 


Rt. 1 , Box 388, Durham 27705 


383-2982 


Robert M. Winecoff 


Mt. Moriah 


RL 7, Box 182, Durham 27707 


489-3425 


Ben E. Berry 


Mt. Pisgah 


RL3, Box 16, Apex 27502 




James D. Crocker 


Olive Branch 


123 Olive Branch Road, Durham 27703 


596-8907 


Kermit Gray 


Page Road 


Rt. 4, Box 327, Durham 27703 


596-3968 


Anthony Oakley 


Park View 


2500 Acadia Street, Durham 27704 


477-7497 


Richard T. Davis 


Parkwood 


1515 Clermont Road, Durham 27713 


544-1347 


David G. Moore 


Plainview 


Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 


682-2591 


Richard G. Shaw 


Red Mountain 


P. 0. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 


477-3756 


Tommy Jordan 


Ridgecrest 


116 Massey Road, Durtiam 27712 


477-5426 


Carl F. Garner 


Rose of Sharon 


4109 Guess Road, Durham 27712 


477-3993 


Julius H. Lee 


Temple 


807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Durham 27701 


688-7397 


M. Clay Warf 


Trinity 


2123 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 


596-6407 


Norman R. Gardner 


University 


P. 0. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 


942-2157 




Watts Street 


P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 


688-1366 


Robert F. McClernon 


Westwood 


2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 


286-1593 




Yates 


2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 


489-2309 


C. Ronald Cumbie 



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ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PASTORS 

Braggtown Rev. Dennis C. Grass, P. O. Box 15022, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Carrboro Mr. Johnny Ross, P. Q. Box 156, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 

Ebenezer Rev. Elmo Whitaker, 1106 Avondale Drive, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Mr. Erwin Dillehay, 3804 Rivermont Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Grey Stone Rev. W. T. Brogden, P. O. Box 2686, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Mount Hermon . . Mr. Ernest Hall, Box 2198, SEBTS, Wake Forest, N. C. 27587 
Mount Moriah .... Rev. W. Harold Burton, Rt. 7, Box 169, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Trinity Mr. Gerald G. Payne, Jr., 2123 So Hi Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 

University Rev. Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Angier Avenue . . Rev. Robbie L. Phillips, P. O. Box 11296, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Braggtown Rev., Dennis C. Grass, P. O. Box 15022, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Durham Memorial Mr. Charles Johnson, 2703 HoUoway St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Gorman Mr. E. Hugh O'Shields, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Rev. Dwaine C. Coley, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Guess Road Mr. Phillip Whitt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Mount Moriah ... Rev. W. Harold Burton, Rt. 7, Box 169, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Park View Mr. Lindsay Miller, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Plainview Mr. David Sparks, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Ridgecrest Mr. G. Wiley Oakley, 116 Massey Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Temple .... Mr. J. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 
Watts Street . . . Rev. Wallace H. Kuroiwa, P. O. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Yates Miss Dubba K. Hughes, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

MINISTERS OF YOUTH 

Angier Avenue . . Rev. Robbie L. Phillips, P. O. Box 11296, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Braggtown Mr. Mark Harper, P. O. Box 15022, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Cheek Heights . . . Mr. Donald Chappell, 2707 Joyner Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Cresset Mr. Ron Richardson, 3707 Garrett Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Ebenezer Mr. Bud Parrish, Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Ephesus Miss Jackie Abemethy, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham, N. C. 27707 

First Mr. Harry Edmonds, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Gorman Mr. E. Hugh O'Shields, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Rev. Dwaine C. Coley, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Guess Road Mr. Phillip Whitt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Homestead Heights Mr. David Quails, 4007 Holt School Rd., Durham, N.C.27704 

Immanuel Mr. Otis Long, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Lakewood . . Mr. John S. Newsome, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Mount Carmel . Mr. J. Mike Hitchcock, 510 Rice Circle, Wake Forest, N. C. 27587 
Mount Moriah .... Rev. W. Harold Burton, Rt. 7, Box 169, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Park View Mr. Lindsay Miller, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Parkwood Mr. John Daugherty, 1515 Clermont Road, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Plainview Mr. David Sparks, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Ridgecrest Mr. G. Wiley Oakley, 116 Massey Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Temple .... Mr. Steven D. Paschall, 807 Chapel Hill Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

University Rev. Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street . . . Rev. Wallace H. Kuroiwa, P. O. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Yates Mr. Larry G. Dickens, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

MINISTERS OF RECREATION 
Angier Avenue . . Rev. Robbie L. Phillips, P. O. Box 11296, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Berea Mr. Dwight C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Braggtown Mr. Mark Harper, P. O. Box 15022, Durham, N. C. 17713 

Fieldcrest Mr. Leon W. Weaver, 3417 Glenn Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Rev. Dwaine C. Coley, 1004 N. Margum Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Grey Stone . . . Mr. James Humphreys, 905 Fleming Street, Durham, N. C. 27705 
HoUoway Street Mr. Ricky Cagle, Rt. 1, Hurdle Mills, N. C. 27541 



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Lystra Mr. John S. Oldham, 402 Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Carmel Mr. Arthur Kamiya, 147 Nature Trail Park, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 
Mount Moriah ... Rev. W. Harold Burton, Rt. 7, Box 169, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Plainview Mr. David Sparks, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, N. C. 27704 

University . . Mr. Gerald Frye, Rt. 8, 108 Dublin Drive, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Watts Street Mr. John Hudson, 1414 Colewood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 

CHURCH SECRETARIES 

Angier Avenue .... Mrs. Allen D. Austin, P. O. Box 11296, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Bells Mrs. Henry Copeland, Route 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 

Bethesda Mrs. Bill Lamb, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. W. A. Thomas, P. O. Box 15022, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Calvary Mrs. R. G. Faulkner, 1204 Lynn Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Ward Setzer, P. O. Box 156, Carboro, N. C. 27510 

Cheek Heights . . Mrs. Shirley Chappell, 2707 Joyner Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Cresset Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 3707 Garrett Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Durham Memorial . Mrs. R. T. Foushee, 2703 Holloway St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. Phillip Whitt, Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Edgemont ... Mrs. Ashland N. Gale, 1003 E. Main Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Ephesus Mrs. Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Faith Mrs. Charles Glasgow, 3321 Cheek Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 

First Mrs. J. L. Slaughter, 414 Cleveland Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Gorman Mrs. Blanche Thornton, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Mrs. J. H. Royal, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Grey Stone Miss Louise Garrard, P. O. Box 2686 , Durham, N. C. 27705 

Guess Road Mrs. David Elliott, 3102 Guess Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Holloway Street . . Mrs. H. S. Mumford, 1415 Holloway St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Hope Valley Mrs. Wayne Atkins, 6900 Garrett Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Immanuel . . . Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3537 Hillsborough Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Lakewood .... Mrs. Daryl R. Junk, 2100 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Lowes Grove Mrs. Virgil Riggsbee, 4430 S. Alston Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Lystra Miss Margaret Oldham, Rt. 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Hermon .... Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Ben Berry, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Olive Branch Miss Velma Sherron, 123 Ohve Branch Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Park View Mrs. Sonny Newcomb, 2500 Acadia Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Parkwood Mrs. Stacy Covil, 1515 Clermont Road, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Plainview . Mrs. W. J. Harward, 1620 Fletchers Chapel Rd., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Jackie McFarland, 116 Massey Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. R. H. Pamell, 4109 Guess Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Temple Miss Vangie Horton,807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham, N. C. 27701 

Trinity Mrs. M. W. Woodell, 2123 So Hi Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 

University Mrs. Lorraine Blanton, P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield, P. O. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Westwood Mrs. Joe Burton, 2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Yates Mrs. Mary Millican, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

CHURCH MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

Angier Avenue . Mrs. John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Bethesda Mrs. Kanie Boykin, 4508 Holloman Rd., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. B. W. Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 347-A, Bahama, N. C. 27503 

Calvary . . Mrs. Thomas H. Dempsey, 425 Weatherly Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Robert Middour, 12 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Cedar Fork .... Mrs. J. Lewis Colclough, Rt. 1, Box 335, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
Cresset . . Mrs. Darrell Kennedy, 3997 W. ComwaUis Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Durham Memorial . . . Mrs. David Brame, 2901 Ross Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Ebenezer Elmo Whitaker, 1106 Avondale Drive, Durham, N. C. 27701 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Aubrey R. Adams, 1139 Delano St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

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Gorman Mrs. Sterling Gann, 1504 Logan St., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Mrs. Denny L. Turner, 1611 Amberly Dr., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grey Stone Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St., Durham, N. C. 27701 

Guess Road Mrs. Helen Cash, 2614 Kirk Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Holloway Street Mrs. Ricky Cagle, Rt. 1, Hurdle Mills, N. C. 27541 

Homestead Heights Harold Moore, 310 Argonne Dr., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Immanuel Mrs. Steve Smith, 2304 Anthony Dr., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. Herbert Finch, 3829 Garrett Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Lowes Grove . Miss Audrey K. Evans, 3637 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27713 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Box 255, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Harold Burton, Rt. 7, Box 169, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Marshall Brame, Jr., Route 3, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Olive Branch Mrs. Robert Tolar, Rt. 6, Box 322, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Page Road Mrs. Chnt King, 4228 Angier Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Park View Mrs. Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Parkwood Mrs. Art Bane, 5707 Dedmon Court, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Plainview Mrs. J. W. Hollingsworth, Rt. 5, Box 693, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Ridgecrest ... Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree, 205 Midland Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Trinity Mrs. Kenneth Oakley, Rt. 6, Box 381, Durham, N. C. 27703 

University . . Miss Gertrude Samuels, #1 Durham Apts., Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street Mrs. Doyle Graham, 816 Watts St., Durham, N. C. 27701 

Yates Mrs. Richard Pickett, 3121 Pickett Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 

Angier Avenue Mrs. D. T. Jones, 521 Parkview, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Bells Miss Pat Mason, Route 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 

Berea Mrs. Ralph Ellis, 5601 Fayetteville Rd., Durham, N. C. 27713 

Bethesda . . Mrs. Martha Thomas, 2604 Wedgedale Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. Ray Alderson, 6002 Baird St., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Calvary Mrs. Edward E. Rose, 3300 Hursey St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Johnny Ross, Rt.7, Box 38, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 

Cheek Heights . . Mrs. Robert Hubbard, 826 N. Hardee St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Cresset Steve Yandle, 3231 Shannon Rd., Apt. 31-E, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Cecil Vaughan, 2522 Holloway St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. James Harder, Box 272, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 

Edgemontp Mrs. C. R. Pickett, Rt. 7, Box 199, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Ephesus Mrs. Linda Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Faith Mrs. Paul Shambley, 2003 Medallion Dr., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Fieldcrest Miss Tara Norris, 1823 Glenn School Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

First Mrs. Mel T. Luther, 204 Chateau Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Gorman Mrs. L. S. Thomerson, 3621 Redwood Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Ms. Jeannette Peeler, 112 Wicklow Lane, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Grey Stone Mrs. Phil Hartung, 225 Landsbury Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Guess Road .... Miss Peggy Clayton, 1829 Front St., G-12, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Holloway Street Mrs. Phyllis Anderson, 

1209 N. Miami Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Robert Helms, 

Rt. 1, Box 272-D, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 
Hope Valley . . Mrs. Marvin Pridgen, 3923 Swarthmore Rd., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Immanuel Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate St., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Lakewood Mrs. J. Cecil Howard, 1408 James St., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Lowes Grove Mrs. Dwane Byrd, 6604 Hunters Lane, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Lystra . ... Miss Jean Weaver, F-5 Greenbelt Community, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 
Mount Carmel . Mrs. Eben Merritt, 1108 S. Columbia St., Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 

Mount Gilead Mrs. J. A. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

Mount Hermon . . Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Clyde Carroll, 4814 Erwin Rd., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Olive Branch Miss LuAnn Crim, 1911 Leonard St., Durham, N. C. 27703 



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Page Road Mrs. J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Park View Wm. J. Graham, 1419 Hudson St., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Parkwood . Mrs. David Gree, 4814 Brentwood, Durham, N. C. 27713 

Plainview Mrs. Bernice Smith, 3117 Cheek Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Red Mountain Mrs. Ronnie Poole, Rt. 1, Bahama, N. C. 27503 

Ridgecrest Herman Gruber, Rt. 1, Box 122-E, Bahama, N. C. 27503 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Milton Belcher, Rt. 2, Box 339, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Temple Miss Vangie Horton, G-2C University Apts., Durham, N. C. 27701 

Trinity Mrs. Charles Dismuke, Rt. 3, Box 199-A, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 

University Mrs. Evelyn Culton, Lakeshore Dr., Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street E. Kenneth Harrell, P. O. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Westwood Paul Gray, Tracey Trail, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Yates Mrs. Charles Cato, 3930 Swarthmore Rd., Durham, N. C. 27707 

STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 

Angier Avenue Bert R. Titus, 225 W. Woodridge Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Bells Eustace Horton, Route 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 

Berea Ralph Ellis, 5601 Fayetteville Rd., Durham, N. C. 27713 

Braggtown Donald Crowe, 5319 Stephens Lane, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Calvary Don C. Christian, 209 Pleasant Dr., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Rufus Clark, 100 Concord Dr., Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Cedar Fork J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 

Cheek Heights C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Cresset J. L. Glenn, 104 Landsbury Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Durham Memorial . W. Exie Andrews, 2706 Wedgedale Ave., Durham,N.C. 27703 

Edgemont Mrs. L. D. Harward, 2104 N. Duke St., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Faith Harvie Davis, 3022 Cheek Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Gorman L. H. Veazey, 3621 Gooch Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Gary Sechler, 2004 Snow Valley Rd., Durham, N. C. 27712 

Grey Stone R. D. Beard, 2011 Woodrow St., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Holloway Street J. Bruce Lawson, 3711 Britt St., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Hope Valley Harold Atkins, 4208 Hope Valley Rd., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Lakewood Stewart Rigsbee, 1709 Wallace St., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Lowes Grove Tom Inscoe, 5906 Loyal Ave., Durham, N. C. 27713 

Lystra Mrs. J. Bunn Riggsbee, Route 3, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Carmel Charles Harris, Rt. 6, Box 169, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Hermon Arthur Collins, 2211 Sparger Rd., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Mount Moriah John L. Carroll, Rt. 7, Box 173, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Olive Branch Wesley A. Cheek, P. O. Box 11221, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Page Road Gene Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Parkwood Jacque Telford, 1813 Euclid Rd., Durham, N. C. 27713 

Plainview Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Dr., Durham, N. C. 27712 

Ridgecrest Amie Lee, 5115 Stephens Lane, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Temple E. B. Weatherspoon, 125 Pinecrest Rd., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Trinity B. R. O'Briant, 1912 So Hi Dr., Durham, N. C. 27703 

University Jerry Fisher, P. O. Box 2373, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street J. Sidney Booth, 603 Brookwood Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Yates Doug Wheeler, 3907 Inwood Dr., Durham, N. C. 27705 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

Braggtown Mrs. Ralph Cooke, 2423 W. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Cresset Howard Yandle, 4001 Trotter Ridge Rd., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Gorman H. A. Wall, 1606 E. Geer St., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Guess Road . . . Miss Peggy Clayton, 1829 Front St., G-12, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Holloway Street . . Mrs. C. E. Hinson, 201 S. Guthrie Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Homestead Heights W. Wilson, Sprouse, 504 Fairfield Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Lystra Clayton Dollar, Route 3, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Thomas Blackwood, Rt. 7, Box 309, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

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\ 



Mount Moriah . Mrs. Hughes Crabtree, 4814 Erwin Rd., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Olive Branch Miss Velma Sherron, Rt. 6, Box 528, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Watts Street Billy Griffin, 2715 Augusta Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 

MINISTERS ORDAINED DURING THE YEAR 

Ebenezer Erwin Dillehay, 3804 Rivermont Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Holloway Street Ted Kandler, 2025 Brownsboro Rd.,Apt.404,Louisville,Ky.40206 

Parkwood Randy Gardner, Route 4, Youngsville, N. C. 

Temple John Rast, 368 Deer Trace, Apt. 452, Pineville, La. 71360 

University 'Mrs. Nancy Mcll. Morris, B-2 Village Green, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street Philip Motley, 

Wake Forest Baptist Church, Winston Salem, N. C. 27306 
Nancy Layne Stanton, Roanoke, Virginia 

OTHER ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Angier Avenue Leo T. Bridgers, 2905 Monroe Street, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Cedar Fork . . . Louis Stokes, Virginian Apt. D-3, Holly Drive, Albany, GA 31705 

Durham Memorial Kenneth Jordan, Box 2054, Wake Forest, N. C. 27587 

John A. Poe, 3703 Freeman Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Fieldcrest Rev. Wyatt L. Scott, 1013 Hale Street, Durham, N. C. 27705 

First J. Thad Ashley, 2612 Roxboro Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Gorman John T. Edwards, 3208 E. Geer Street, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Henry B. Anderson, 1104 N. Mangum Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

James Bland, 1208 Duke University Road, Durham, N. C. 27701 
Ted Stone, 5114 Pine Trail Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 
Lawrence Knott, 2710 Sparger Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Grey Stone Richard Bruce, 4301 Bereni Dr., Durham, N. C. 27705 

Boyce Creamer, 2002 W. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27705 
Aaron Conn, 2405 Cambridge Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 
John A. Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 
Holloway Street . Hubert S. Mumford, 1108 Raynor Street, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Lucian Moody, 1209 Holloway Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 
Ted Kandler, 2025 Brownsboro Road, Apt. 404, Louisville, KY 40206 



H. J. Melvin, address unknown 

Lakewood Carl E. Johnson, 1105 Dogwood Avenue, Raleigh, N. C. 27607 

Lowes Grove J. A. Fogleman, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27713 

Lystra Leon Cheek, Route 3, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mount Gilead D. A. Calhoun, Route 1, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

Mount Hermon Aubrey Quakenbush, 

VA Hospital, Erwin Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mount Pisgah . . . . C. E. Byrd, 116 Tuscarora Avenue, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 

Olive Branch Hugh L. Nichols, Rt. 5, Box 622, Durham, N. C. 27704 

Parkwood Randy Gardner, Route 4, Box Youngsville, N. C. 

Rose of Sharon Preminto Chisenhall, 

3126 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 
S. T. Dorthy, Jr., 2926 Open Air Camp Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 
Nelson Chambers, P. O. Box 387, Mt. Gilead, N. C. 27306 

Temple John W. Carlton, Box 1027, Wake Forest, N. C. 27587 

Hugh C. Watkins, 2607 Tucawana Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27703 

University Mrs. Nancy Morris, B-2, Village Green, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Robert M. Phillips, 5002 Old Oxford Road, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Watts Street Clark Cahow, 1100 Watts Street, Durham, N. C. 27701 

John Biggers, 1819 W. B. Street, Butner, N. C. 27509 
Billy Griffin, 2715 August Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Yates Clarence Williams, 2112 Angier Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27703 

OTHER LICENSED MINISTERS 

Bethesda Sidney Grey Little, Durham, N. C. 27703 

Calvary Donald J. Christian, 307 Spring Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 



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Durham Memorial James S. King, 302 Southerland St., Durham, N. C. 27703 

Fieldcrest Marvin E. Byrd, 3403 SummerHn Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Grace Coy Yates, 1308 Kent St., Durham, N. C. 27707 

Grey Stone John Carrington, 4300 Holt School Rd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Lakewood John S. Newsome, 311 S. LaSalle St., Apt. 11-G, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Rose of Sharon Edward Bishop, 1516 Stacy Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Robert H. Parnell, 302 Wellington Dr., Durham, N. C. 27704 
Trinity Gerald G. Payne, Jr., Alston Ave. Rd., Durham, N. C. 27713 

MISSION AND/OR MINISTRY 

Durham Memorial Rest Home Ministry: Hillhaven Orange, Durham 

Hillhaven Rose Manor, Durham 
Hillhaven LaSalle, Durham 
Prison Ministry, N. C. Dept. of Correction, Guess Road, Durham 
Public Safety Station #8, Holloway Street, Durham 
V. A. Hospital, Durham 
Murdoch Center, Butner, N. C. 

Tape Ministry 
Day Care 

Food and clothing Crisis Closet at church 



Edgemont Hillhaven-Pettigrew Convalescent Home, Durham 

Grey Stone Nursing Home Ministry: Hillcrest, Pettigrew, Durham 

Hillhaven, Durham 
Rest Home Ministry: Friendly, Durham 
Penny's, Durham 
Convalescent Home: Durham Rehabilitation 

Guess Road Nursing Home Ministry: Hillhaven Orange, Durham 

Hillhaven Rose Manor, Durham 
Oakhill Manor, Durham 

Holloway Street Rest Home Ministry: Carolina, Durham 

Mount Moriah Nursing Home Ministry: Hillhaven Orange, Durham 

Rose of Sharon Day Care 



TABLE A 



CHURCHES 



1 -open Country Medium City (10,000-49,999) Larfle City (50,000-or more 

2 - Village (under 500 pop.) 5-Downtown 8-Downtown 

3 - Town (500-2,499) 6 -Neighborhood 9-Neighbortiood 

4- Small City (2,500-9,999) 7-Suburtan 0-Suburban 



PASTORS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



5 



>- eu 



Angier Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrtoro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park Vievi/ 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Crate Jones, 1515 Liberty Street, Durham 27703 
Henry L. Copeland, Rl 3, Box 140, Apex 27502 
Wm. H. Duke, Jr., Box 2022 SEBTS. Wake Forest 27587 
Tobie P. Stone, Jr., 1910 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

Clell Gibson, 204 Bywood Drive, Durham 27712 

James E. West, 518 Pleasant Drive, Durtiam 27703 
Jack H. Mansfield, 202 James Street, Carrboro 27510 
Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 
Robert Hubbarti, 826 N. Hardee Street, Durtiam 27703 
Ned L. Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 . . . 

Gerald C. Goodwin, 2714 Wedgedale Ave., Durtiam 27703 
Ernest Ferrell, 401 Dixon Mill Road, Durtiam 27705 
Norman Gossett, 1925 Ward Street, Durham 27707 
Jimmy L. Nickelston, Rt 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 . . . . 
Arthur Burkam, 3405 Cheek Road, Durham 27704 

Julian M. Motley, 3216 E. Geer Street, Durtiam 27704 
Fred A. King, 4425 Bracada Drive, Durham 27705 
Malbert Smith, Jr., 3212 Sprunt Street, Durham 27705. . . 
Ernest G. Holt, 3121 Alabama Avenue, Durham 27705 
Aubrey Jones, 3910 Daniel Road, Durtiam 27703 

James I. Murphy, Rt. 3, Box 276-A, Durtiam 27713 
Russell Wimmer, 3715 Shoccoree Drive, Durham 27705. . 
Everette J. Smith, 1923 Ward Street, Durtiam 27707 



Jimmy Pitts, Rl 7, Box 224, Chapel Hill 27514 

Brooks Hunt, Rt. 4, Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 

Robert M. Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388, Durtiam 27705 
Ben Berry, Rt. 7, Box 185-A, Durham 27707 
James D. Crocker, Rt. 3, Box 16, Apex 27502 
Kermit Gray, Rt. 6, Box 323, Durham 27703 
Anthony Oakley, 2110 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703. 
Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome Street, Durham 27704 
David G. Moore, 102 Montclair Circle, Durtiam 27713 
Richard Shaw, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durtiam 27704 
Tommy Jordan, P. 0. Box 103, Rougemont 27572 
Carl K. Garner, 104 Massey Road, Durham 27712. . . . 
Julius H. Lee, 4109 Guess Road. Durtiam 27712 
Clay Warf, 3748 Hermine Street, Durtiam 27705 
Norman Gardner, 2203 So Hi Drive, Durham 27703 



Robert McClemon, 705 Frasier Street, Durham 27704. . . 

C. Ronald Cumbie, 227 Monticello Avenue, Durham 27707 
TOTALS 



Durham 
Chatham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durtiam 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Chatham 
Orange 
Chatham 
Orange 
Orange 
Chatham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 
Orange 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 



1815 
1856 
1884 
1939 
1948 
1902 
1805 
1941 
1959 
1845 
1939 
1896 
1902 
1891 
1946 
1965 
1916 
1907 
1894 
1945 
1941 
1962 
1959 
1942 
1912 
1909 
1852 
1803 
1824 
1848 
1823 
1814 
1875 
1968 
1952 
1969 
1949 
1881 
1955 
1879 
1888 
1944 
1854 
1923 
1950 
1877 



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CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 





Other additions (by letter, State- 
ment, etc.) 


Members lost (by letter, death, 
statement, etc.) 


Present resident members 


Present nonresident members 


Grand total present members 


No. members received from non- 
Baptist Churches 


No. members lost to non-Baptist 
Churches 


Value of pastor's home if owned 
by the church 


Value of church property inluding 
pastor's home 


)l Church debt at end of this 
)ciational year 


10 


5 


28 


1,000 


166 


1,166 


2 


2 


45,000 


600 000 


3,600 


1 
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5 


7 


209 


65 


274 


1 





4o!ooo 


285 000 





3 


3 


24 


119 


54 


173 


1 








145 000 





21 


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21 


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198 


1,002 







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475 000 


27,441 


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112 


315 





3 


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215,000 


3,682 


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. . 243 


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35,000. 


235,000 


. . . 9,383 


2 


7 


9 


378 


92 


470 


1 


1 


27,500 


165,000 





1 


8 


17- 


277 


48 


325 








30,000 


195,000 


8,775 


3 


1 


1 


218 


72 


290 








40,000 


250,000 





4 


12 


8 


246 


37 


283 











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.... 5. 


9. 


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... 5. 


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. 112.244 


1 


5 


12 


371 


50 


421 





1 





260,000 


78,559 


1 


23 


18 


239 


102 


341 


1 


4 





350,000 


222,000 


9 


17 


14 


398 


15 


413 


9 


1 


45,000 


370,000 


200,000 


10 


14 


47 


226 


19 


245 


8 


1 


15,400 


45,000 





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450,000 


. . 46,225 


22 


25 


20 


323 


76 


399 


2 





19,000 


296,000 


108,681 


14 


6 


42 


727 


266 


993 


2 


6 





1,500,000 


88,354 


10 


12 


11 


307 


19 


326 








35,000 


350,000 


186,068 


5 


21 


18 


582 


329 


911 


2 


3 





1,500,000 





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42,500. 


530,000 


. . 32,000 








39 


269 


73 


342 





1 





600,000 


82,478 


16 


16 


49 


654 


167 


821 





8 





850,000 


40,000 


478 


777 


1.145 








105 


87 


965,300 


22,785,4183,483,485 



TABLE B 







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Birth 


11 years 


17 years 


t- Single 
raduation 






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CHURCHES 


SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


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CO 


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jgh 5 yea 


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11 


36 


42 


54 


27 


bells 


Gerald Hov^ard, Box 44, Apex 27502 







18 


15 


16 


5 




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1 





2 


10 


6 


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70 


124 


110 


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46 


81 


94 


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66 


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73 


112 


83 


32 


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54 


71 


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Riip<;<? Rnarl 


1 J Mannum 14nfi Rartiff Plarp Durham 27712 




1R 
1 u 


1Q 

1 sJ 


41 


38 


5 

o 


Holloway Street 


Mrs. W. B. Harrill, 420 Idlewood Street, Durham 27703 




4 


32 


50 


46 


28 

CO 


iiuiiivOiuau iiuiyiiio 


Mr<; 9 R Rurhanan 22n Rhatpau Rnad Durham 27704 

IVIIO. O. VJ. DUUIIullull, c.C\J ullulCuU DUaU, L/Ulllulll CI / 




n 

u 


32 


43 


112 


n 


Hnnp Wi^lipv 


Ralnh J 1 pwtpr Rt 3 Rnx ?fifi-R Durham 27713 

liai^il u. LwlVlGlj III. U, UUA uKJKJ LI, UUIIIuMI CI 1 lU 




4 


24 


26 


30 


21 


Immpniipi 


Mr<i Rpfip Smith PflD? Rrnrtnn Plarp Durham ?771? 

IVIIO. VJUllv OIIIIUI, L.\J\J\J UlUOlUII 1 IQUC, UUIIIQIII CI 1 \C 

nharlp<; Rin<;hpp ???? flarrlinal Drivp Durham 97107 
oiiaiiuo niyouuu, cocc oaiuiiiai uiivg, uuiiiuiii ci ikji 




18 

1 u 


12 


..33 


.. 20 


12 

1 c 


1 akpwnnri 




n 

u 


13 

1 


27 


29 


Q 
o 


Lowe's Grove 


hranKie bnipp, oyo4 b. Alston Avenue, uumam ci i\o 







32 


56 


47 


10 


Lystra 


Rprald M Oldham Rt7 Rnx 570 Rhanpl Hill 27514 

LIvl ulU IVI. wlUI lulll, 1 1 1, f , UUA \J / \J\ IQpUl 1 11 II C 1 U \^ 







9 


8 


5 


7 


Mniint r.armpl 

IVIUUIIl Oullllwl 


J Martin Snarrnw Rt 7 Rnx 242 Rhanpl Hill 27.514 

u. iviui uii opal 1 uvf , ni. / , dua c.'^c., Lfiiapoi i iiii t. / o i t 







24 


19 


21 





Mount Gilead 


John W Rih<inn Rt 3 Rnx 218 Durham 27713 







... 9 


. . 23 


. . 25. 


15 


Mniint Hprmnn 

IVlV/Ulil llwlll Ivl 1 


Marvin Rnurh 5325 Old Hilhhnrnunh Rnad Durham 27705 

iviaifiii ouuuii, ool.o oiu i iiiiouuiuuyii nuau, uuiiiaiii l.i i uo 







18 


30 


41 


25 


Mount Moriah 


w. riaroiQ Burton, Rt. /, Box iby, Durham ^i7707 




3 


7 


35 


23 


8 


Mount Pi<^^ah 

IVIUUIIl 1 loyuii 


Radvlp 1 PwtPr Rt 3 Rnx 201 -A Anpx 27502 
uaiiyic i-cnici, ni. o, qua t.u i r\, rAjJCA c.I\J\Jc. 




6 


8 


26 


14 


10 


flliup Rranrh 

VJIIVU LIIQIIwll 


Ruririv Sawava Rt R Rnx 15R Durham 27703 
uuuuy yjaviaja, ni. u, dua iou, uuiiiaiii ci fuo 




10 


10 


32 


20 


4 


Pa HP Rnarl 


W F Stinnptt 828 1 unn Rnad Durham 27703 







.. 13 


..22 


..28. 


. 9 


Park Wipw 

1 UI l\ V Iv fV 


Ravmnnd 1 p<;tpr 12.3 Rhatpaii Rnad Durham 27704 
iiayiiiuiiu i-coid, ICO uiiaicau nuau, uuiiiaiii a 




9 


20 


36 


44 


52 


Parkwood 


Dill l/irh\i 11C niixnr 1 inn niirhnm 0'7'7iO 

Bill MrDy,, iibUiiver Lane, Uurham <i77l3 




12 


18 


87 


68 


34 


Plainvipw 

1 luiiiviufV 


Flptrhpr Jnhn<?nn Rt fi Rnx .548-H Durham 27703 
1 iciuiici uuiiiiouii, ni. u, iJUA o^u n, uuiiiuiii a lUO 







19 


38 


35 


9 


Rpd Mniintain 

1 luu iviuuiiiuiii 


Phlllln Flli<; Rt 2 Rnunpmnnt 9TVI9 

riiiiiiiJ iLiiio, ni. u, nuuyciiiuiii ciyjic 




6 


22 


15 


13 





Ridnpprp<;t 


Rpn Rrnu/n .5110 Pinp Trail Driup Diirham 97719 







.. 44 


..68 


..90. 


14 


Rn<;p nf Sharnn 

1 lUOu Ul wllUiUII 


Rnvd Rrnu/ninn .312.5 Rn«;p nf *^harnn Rnad Durham 97719 
uuyu uiuniiiiiy, oico iiuoc ui oiiaiuii nuau, uuiiiaiii ci i ic 




6 


27 


29 


42 


20 


Tpmnip 
lull 


Mr"? R R Diinnanan 3318 MnQ«;rialp Aupniip Durham 97707 
IVIIO. n. VJ. uuiiiiayaii, oo lu iviuoouaic revenue, uuiiiaiii ci 







50 


52 


47 


40 


Trinity 


.lamp<; F Harrk 191QRIintnn Rnad Durham 97703 
oaiiico u. naiiio icio v^iiiiiuii nuau, uuiiiaiii l.i i uo 







37 


47 


65 





University 


David Svendsgaard, 102 Concord Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 




2 


30 


59 


46 


26 


Watts Street 


P. B. Cole, Jr., 2122 Overland Drive, Durham 27704 







..37 


..47 


.. 55. 


16 


Westv/ood 


Walter Eakes, 1210 Carolina Avenue, Durtiam 27705 




5 


4 


16 


13 


9 


Yates 


W. Alfred Dula, 3511 Westglen, Durham 27705 







28 


44 


84 


47 




TOTALS 


117 


1.458 


2,163 


2.262 


900 



— 62 — 



THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 



i 

i 

5) 



= «« 
5 (V 


Adult enrolment (30-59 years) 


Senior Adult enrolment (60 and 
over) 


Adults Away enrolment 


Homebound enrolment 


General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) of 
church 


Total ongoing Sunday School 
enrolment 


Average weekly Sunday School 
attendance 


Number of Bible Study groups 


Bible Study groups enrolment 


Weekday Bible Study enrolment 


Church V. B. S. enrolment 


Mission V. B. S. enrolment 


Total v. B. S. enrolment 




135 


110 





81 


6 





548 


254 











83 





83 


14 


29 


47 








5 





149 


97 











82 





82 


6 


17 


9 








1 





52 


36 




















40 


140 


82 





10 


8 





594 


318 











286 


70 


356 


47. 


.. 242 


... 53 


. 0. 


.. 0. 


. 10 


.. 0. 


... 595. 


..278 


n 


n 





169. 


.. 0. 


.. 169 


42 


88 


39 





16 


4 





325 


184 











201 





201 


40 


165 


37 








4 





508 


235 











226 


111 


337 


6 


53 


23 





7 


4 





151 


93 


1 


15 





65 





65 


8 


12 


15 








3 





60 


32 




















51. 


. . 125 


... 31 


. 0. 


.. 5. 


.. 5 


.. 0. 


... 418. 


.. 221 


. 0. 


.. 0. 


175. 


.. 125. 


.. 0. 


.. 125 


62 


340 


53 


35 


55 


9 


70 


867 


463 


3 


60 





160 





160 


63 


258 


84 


7 


22 


11 


18 


763 


346 


8 


18 


7 


148 





148 


36 


215 


16 








2 





454 


213 


1 


40 





110 


24 


134 


10 


44 


84 





29 


5 





284 


148 


1 


18 














21. 


...72 


... 35 


. 0. 


.. 4. 


.. 4 


.. 0. 


... 233. 


.. 128 


. 2. 


. 15. 


.. 2. 


. . 189. 


.. 0. 


. . 189 


15 


52 


8 








4 





187 


90 











93 





93 


3 


20 


4 








3 





59 


40 











51 





51 


54 


162 


114 








7 





650 


353 


2 


63 





241 


30 


271 


22 


140 


161 





13 


8 


6 


532 


264 


4 


46 














132. 


.. 368 


.. 166 


20. 


. 41. 


.. 8 


107. 


.. 1,456. 


..671 


n 


n 


n 


255. 


.. 0. 


, . 255 


12 


120 


16 





5 


7 


60 


339 


220 


2 


30 





115 





115 


28 


144 


97 





20 


4 


36 


489 


250 











110 


35 


145 


49 


58 


34 








3 





331 


143 











84 





84 


42 


31 


36 





10 


4 


29 


257 


143 











310 





310 


34. 


...47 


... 22 


. 0. 


.. 0. 


.. 3 


.. 0. 


... 201 . 


.. 107 


n 


n 


n 


105. 


.. 0. 


.. 105 


10 


54 


63 








6 





210 


120 


1 


10 





30 





30 


10 


141 


54 





8 


3 





361 


175 




















8 


15 


17 





5 


3 





77 


47 











56 





56 


10 


48 


29 








4 





155 


88 


1 


12 





56 





56 


10. 


...34 


... 41 


. 0. 


.. 7. 


.. 4 


.. 0. 


... 168. 


... 95 


. 0. 


.. 0. 


.. 0. 


...79. 


.. 0. 


...79 


18 


101 


25 








3 





261 


117 











56 





56 


16 


34 


24 








5 


34 


189 


127 











73 





73 


19 


36 


21 





12 


3 





155 


90 











59 





59 


21 


46 


8 








5 





156 


97 


1 


29 





66 





66 


10. 


...20 


... 23 


. 0. 


.. 4. 


.. 4 


.. 0. 


... 133. 


... 61 


n 


n 


n 


90. 


.. 0. 


...90 


26 


61 


61 








10 





319 


142 











73 





73 


26 


70 











7 





322 


160 


2 


37 





91 





91 


54 


33 


24 





11 


4 





227 


214 











89 





89 


28 


22 


29 














135 


90 











104 





104 


. 0. 


...95 


.... 5 


. 0. 


.. 0. 


.. 7 


.. 0. 


...323. 


.. 177 


. 1. 


. 23. 


.. 0. 


.. 150. 


.. 0. 


. . 150 


33 


36 


43 


4 


5 


3 





248 


142 











137 





137 


49 


146 


107 








6 





497 


253 











87 





87 


32 


67 











3 





251 


131 











119 





119 


16 


95 


60 








3 


9 


346 


180 


2 


60 





40 


10 


50 


OA 

20. 


.. 150 


.. 125 


25. 


.. 0. 


.. 2 


.. 0. 


...477. 


.. 250 


. 1. 


. 55. 


.. 0. 


...25. 


0. 


...25 





41 


39 








4 





131 


80 











67 





67 


17 


178 


112 





14 


8 





532 


259 











140 





140 


116 


4,600 


2,286 


91 


384 


229 


369 


16,175 


8,422 


32 


531 


184 


4,895 


280 


5,175 



— 63 — 



TABLE C 



CHURCHES 



CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



J2 



s = 

S I 

l« 

o 

«■ 

^ _ 
Q- CD 



Angier Avenue 
Bells 



Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Camiel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Eugene Floyd, 4607 Holloman Road, Durham 27703 
Kenneth F. Ferrell, 3714 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Junius Sanders, Rt. 1, Box 290, Morrisville 27560 



H. Brevard Brown, 611 Morreene Road, Durham 27705 
Charles Gibbs, 802 Royal Oaks Drive, Durham 27712 
Earl Tumer, Rt. 1, Box 288-B, Hillsborough 27278 



W. H. Sparrow, 3320 Clark Road. Durham 27704 
Rev. W. T. Brogden, P. 0. Box 2686, Durham 27705, 
Rick Hester, 2527 Ross Road, Durham 27703 



James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham 27713 



Ernest Hall, Box 2198 SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587 



Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Avenue, Durham 27703. 
Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Drive, Durham 27704 



A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Larry Taylor, 116 Little River Drive, Hillsborough 27278. 



Charles Bartholomew, 2019 Hickory Drive 27703 
Wallace H. Kuroiwa, P. 0. Box 3057, D'jrham 27705 

TOTALS 

-64- 







26 

.0. 




5 

29 


.0. 





14 
3 

,21. 


13 



.0. 






24 


...0. 



169 



CHURCH TRAINING 





Adult enrolment (30-59 years) 


Senior Adult enrolment (60 and 
over) 


General officers enrolment 


Enrolment of mission(s) of church 


Total Training Union ongoing en- 
rolment 


NEW MEMBER 
REGISTRATION 




Short Term Member Training 
Project Registration 


Average weekly Church Training 
attendance 


at 

3 
O 
^ 

o 

CO 
=3 

o 

O) 

ZD 

£^ 

CO °3 


Children 


Youth 


Adult 


Church Leader Training Registra- 
tion 





12 


23 








35 

















28 

































































10 





10 


15 


18 





2 





146 



















n 


0. 


0. 


....0. 


n 


0.. 


n 


....0. 


....0.. 


0, 


0. . 








26 


7 


5 





76 








12 


19 





38 
































10 





8 


9 


7 


3 





63 


2 


8 


4 








30 






































0. 


0. 


0. 


....0. 


n 


0.. 


7 


....3. 


...33.. 


...20. 


0. . 


18 









































32 


3 


3 





93 











32 





59 


19 


43 


4 


2 





179 


6 


3 


10 








118 





n 


n 

u 


n 


n 



u 


n 


n 


n 

u 


n 

u 


n 


n 
\j 


0. 


0. 


0. 


....0. 


....0 


27. . 


n 


....0. 


....0.. 


0. 


0. . 














1 





1 



























































45 





2 





166 

















88 





C.\J 


n 
u 


-| 


n 




1 



L 


c 






n 
u 




...24. 


...108. 


0. 


. . .10. 


. . .0. 


246. . 


. . .0. 


. . . .0. 


. . . .0. 


. . . .15. 


0. . 


. . . .172 






































42 


21 


6 


2 





112 











25 


20 


60 










































































0. 










































































7 


8 


1 





38 











15 





25 





U 


u 


U 


u 


A 
U 


u 



































4 














4 


0. 


0. 


0. 


....0. 


...0. 


0.. 


4 


...12. 


....4. 


0. 


0. . 








15 





2 





29 

















21 














































































































.. 13 


....15. 


5. 


....2. 





47.. 


? 


....3. 


....2.. 


2. 


1. . 


30 


9 


34 


7 


2 





89 

















50 










































































22 





17 








58 

















46 


4. 












n 


....0. 


....0. 


0. 


....27. . 


40 









































' 


























87 








41 





2 





145 

















61 


25 








3 





68 

















40 


0. 


0. 


0. 


....5. 


...0. 


60.. 


...8. 


....7. 


...20.. 


0. 


.....32. . 


....25 










































































181 


451 


87 


48 





1.789 


34 


38 


91 


181 


177 


1,008 



— 65 — 



TABLE D 



CHURCHES 



MUSIC DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



Angler Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrtoro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edaemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fleldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plalnview 
Red Mountain 

RIdgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



John T. Laverty, Box 11296, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Ray Johnson, Box 235, Pittsboro 27312 
Mrs. Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham 27713 
R. J. Shropshire, 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durtiam 27703 

Rev. Dennis C. Grass, P. 0. Box 15022, Durtiam 27704 

Rev. Raymond D. Alderson, 1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 102 Melba Circle, Carrtjoro 27510 
Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 
Donald Faust, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durtiam 27703 

Mrs. Ned Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham 27705 

Mel T. Luther. 204 Chateau Road. Durham 27704 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, 1910 Essex Road, Durham 27704 

Dallas Jones, 7302 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 

David Phipps, 1408 Shawnee Street, Durtiam 27701 (interim) 

Jeff Rogers, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

Mrs. George Fletcher, 613 Mineral Springs Road, Durtiam 27703 
Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, Jr., 3607 WIshart Street, Durtiam 27704 
E. Hugh O'Shlelds, 3315 E. Geer Street, Durtiam 27704 
Rev. Denny Turner, 1004 N. Mangum Street, Durham 27701 

Phillip Whitt, 3102 Guess Road, Durham 27705 
Joseph H. McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Road, Durham 27705 
Stephen Bames, 2505 Wllbon Street, Durham 27704 
Mrs. Marvin Prldoen. 6900 Garrett Road, Durham 27707 

Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate Street, Durham 27704 

Bruce J. Benton, 5523 Garrett Road, Durtiam 27707 

Charles Bartee, Rt. 4, Box 44, Durham 27713 

Gary Oakley, Rt 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. James F. Merritt, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. W. G. Kllpatrick, Rt. 7, Box 30, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Carlton 0. Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Rt. 7, Box 186, Durtiam 27707 



John Flowers, 210 W. Oak Street, Wake Forest 27587 
Mrs. Don Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Avenue, Durham 27703. 
William J. Graham, 1419 Hudson Street, Durham 27705 
John Daugherty, B-2824 Barmettler, Raleigh 27609 
Norman Stalllngs, 2515 Rolling Pines Road, Durtiam 27703 
A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 
G. Wiley Oakley, 116 Massey Road, Durham 27713 



J. Harold Craig, 807 W. Chapel Hill Street, Duitiam 27701 
Rex Lomlnac, 928 Danbury Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Betsy Taylor, 422 RIdgefleld Road, Chapoel Hill 27514 
E. Kenneth Harrell, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705 



Larry G. Dickens, 2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 
TOTALS 

-GG- 



CHURCH MUSIC 



CO 
CO 



33 
14 
6 

55 

...45. 
31 
39 
20 
15 

. . . 41 . 
50 
27 
30 
20 

...18. 
25 
10 
42 
29 

. . 152. 
35 
35 
18 
20 

...22. 
25 
20 
6 
18 

...18. 
18 
25 
11 
20 

...20. 
25 
25 
35 
25 

...25. 
24 
30 
21 
30 

...29. 
8 

35 
1,325 



03 

T3 
1= 
CO 

~2Q 




. 0. 





. 0. 

24 




. 0. 



14 


18. 





. 0. 





. 0. 





. 0. 





. 0. 





. 0. 



76 



CO 

o 
o 



17 

1 

18 
...7. 
9 

10 



..21. 
48 
8 
5 


... 0. 
5 

11 


, . 27. 
12 




.. 0. 
9 
8 



.. 0. 





.. 0. 


4 


. 11. 
14 

1 


.. 0. 



246 



C/3 Od 

£ E 



1 


.. 0. 





.. 0. 
18 
6 



.. 0. , 





. 10. . 





.. 0. . 

10 



.. 0. . 





.. 0. . 





.. 0. . 





.. 0. . 

18 

63 



o E 

6~ 
1 
1 
4 

.. 9. 
3 
8 
2 
2 

. 11. 
12 
3 
3 
2 

..3. 
1 
2 
3 
2 

. 14. 
6 
6 



.. 0. 
6 

3 


.. 0. 

3 
1 
1 

.. 3. . 

4 



.. 7. . 
8 
8 
2 
4 

.. 5. . 
4 
10 
173 

-67- 



o 

CD 



120 
40 
15 

139 
.. 126. 
51 

142 
32 
23 

.. 148. 
240 
73 
97 
69 

...37. 
31 
12 
137 
75 

.. 283. 
119 
69 
46 
20 

...22. 
78 
53 
21 
26 

...37. 
18 
28 
24 
21 

. . . 41 . 
28 
83 
74 
38 

. . . 91 . 
75 
79 
65 
75 

...80. 
12 
161 

3,374 



03 03 

5i 



79 
25 
15 
125 
...70. 
18 
84 
20 
10 

...80. 
220 
56 
86 
40 

...28. 
15 
9 
70 
64 

..230. 
50 
55 
33 
12 

...18. 
60 
25 
12 
20 

...20. 
12 
15 
8 
12 

...25. 
20 
60 
47 
25 

...60. 
52 

53 
56 

...54. 
10 
135 

2,293 



TABLE E 



CHURCHES 



WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



J2 

CO 

C= — 
03 



CO 



CO ^ 



Angier Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Caritoro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park Vievi/ 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose ot Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Mrs. Lee R. Overman, 217 S. Benjamin Street, Durham 27703 
Mrs. J. C. Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Mrs. A. Wayne Ferrell, 1 21 6 Carpenter Fletcher Rd., Durham 2771 3 
Mrs. Myrtle Moore, 63 Dudley Circle, Duitiam 27703 

Mrs. Lee Murray, 304 W. Delafleld Avenue, Durtiam 27704 

Mrs. Walter D. Hudson, 808 Lindley Drive, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Jack Mansfield, 202 James Street, Carrboro 27510 
Mrs. Hubert L. Page, Rt. 1, Box 304, Morrisville 27560 
Mrs. Alex Lesperance, 1214 Midland Terrace, Durham 27704 

Mrs. Harry Finley, 4803 Marvin Drive, Durham 27707 

Mrs. H. Spurgeon Boyce, 3719 Hope Valley Road, Durham 27707 
Mrs. Bobby Perry, 1408 Robinhood Road, Durham 27703 
Mrs. Glen Winstead, Rt. 2, Box 513, Durtiam 27705 
Mrs. Graham T. Knight, 3217 Angier Avenue, Durtiam 27703 

Mrs. T. E. Tilley, Rt. 2, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. David Ovennan, 3515 Glenn Road, Durham 27704 
none 

Mrs. A. D. Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer Street, Durtiam 27704 

Mrs. R. A. Crandell, 305 Dacian Avenue, Durham 27701 

Mrs. Bryce B. Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durtiam 27705. . . . 

Miss Peggy Clayton, 1829 Front Street, G-12, Durham 27705 

Mrs. C. P. Fogleman, 2608 Farthing Street, Durham 27704 

Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Jr., 5126 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27712 

none 

Mrs. Tom Gray, 148 Baldwin Drive, Durtiam 27712 

Mrs. L. J. Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Belle Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Avenue, Durham 27713 
Mrs. John A. Oldham. Rt. 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mrs. R. L. Blackwood, Sr., Rt. 7, Box 663, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Roy A. Morris, Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro 27312 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Ben E. Berry, Rt. 7, Box 185-A, Durtiam 27705 

Mrs. Colby Cash, Rt. 3, Box 205-A, Apex 27502 

Mrs. 0. B. Nichols, 225 S. Mineral Springs Road, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Don Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Avenue, Durtiam 27703 

Mrs. J. E. Rogers, 2329 Glendale Avenue, Durtiam 27704 
none 

Mrs. Pete Preddy, Rt. 5, Box 474, Durtiam 27704 

Mrs. Lawrence Duncan, P. 0. Box 105, Rougemont 27572 

none 



Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durham 27712 
Mrs. Lee Beck, Rt. 1, Box 420-B, Bahama 27503 
Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Cook Road, Durtiam 27703 
Mrs. Helena Kyle, 104 Cedar Street, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. 0. G. Allen, 77 Beverty Drive, Durham 27707 

Mrs. Robert E. King, 4813 Lockhaven Dnve, Durtiam 27712 
Mrs. E. E. Robertson, 1505 Blount Street, Durham 27707 

TOTALS 

-68- 




1 

2 

..2. 
1 
3 
2 
1 

..2. 
4 
2 

1 

.. 0. 
2 

3 
1 

..3. 
2 
1 

1 

.. 1. 
1 
2 
1 
1 

.. 1. 


1 
2 

.. 1. 
2 
3 
2 
1 

.. 0. 
2 
1 
2 
2 

.. 0. 
1 
1 



43 62 31 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



lANIZATIONS 



ENROLMENT 



5 

9 
3 
3 

) 

I 

\ 
> 

3 

L 
1 
) 


Mission(s) of church 


Total number of organizations 


Mission Friends (5 years 
and under- not in school) 


Girls in Action (6-1 1 years 
or grades 1-6) 


Acteens (12-17 years or 
grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women { 1 8-29 years 
or H. S. graduation tlvough 29 years) 


Baptist Women (30 and over) 


WMU officers 


1 

Misslon(s) of church 


Total WMU ongoing enrolment 


1 





3 


12 





12 





55 


2 





81 


1 





4 


8 


14 





16 


16 


7 





61 


1 





1 














7 


3 





10 


1 





6 


6 


50 


8 


8 


45 








117 


1. 


.... 0. . 


....6. 


....12 


15. 


... 18. 


... 20. . 


....49. 


....9.... 


.... 0. 


...123 


2 





6 


12 


9 


5 


12 


24 


3 





65 


3 





6 





17 








30 








47 


1 





5 


6 


7 


7 





25 


3 





48 


1 





3 


5 


4 








12 


6 





27 


|2 


.... 0. . 


....7. 


3. 


19. 


.... 6. 


.... 0. . 


....16 


.... 9. ... 


. . . . 0. 


53 


1 





11 


17 


12 


12 


8 





12 





61 


3 





10 


25 


15 


5 


10 


50 


14 





119 


























1 





1 


1 





7 


14 


10 


11 


8 


25 


5 





73 


3. 


.... 0. . 


....4. 


....10. 


0. 


.... 0. 


.... 0. . 


..,.25. . 


.. .2. .. 


.... 0.. 


37 


1 





5 


4 


24 


5 





15 


9 





57 



































1 





6 


14 


41 


6 





64 


5 





130 


1 





3 


5 


4 








50 


4 





63 


2. 


.... 0. . 


....9. 


....17. 


....25. 


...20. 


.... 5. .. 


...111. . 


... 9.... 


.... 0.. 


....187 


1 





4 


9 


20 








50 


5 





84 


1 





5 


10 


16 


10 


12 


59 


9 





116 









































3 


8 


9 


5 














22 


1. 


.... 0. . 


....4. 


....10 


12. 


...8. 


.... 0. . 


.... 42 


...5.... 


... 0.. 


77 


2 





4 


5 


12 








25 


3 





45 


1 





5 


9 


15 


7 





43 


8 





82 


1 


u 


Q 



Q 






n 






A 


n 

u 


'^R 
oo 


1 





5 


8 


3 


1 


5 


26 


2 





45 


1. 


.... 0. . 


....3. 


0. 


3. 


...8. 


.... 0. . 


. ... 22. . 


....3.... 


... 0.. 


36 


1 





3 








11 


8 


8 


3 





30 


1 





1 














35 


2 





37 


1 





4 


12 


10 


7 





31 


1 





61 


1 





5 


5 


6 


4 





26 


5 





46 


1. 


.... 0. . 


....3. 


0. 


9. 


....5. 


.... 0. .. 


...12. . 


. . . . 1 . . . . 


... 0.. 


27 


3 





6 


7 


8 








40 


3 





58 


3 





8 


5 


38 


15 





24 








82 


1 





5 


17 


29 





6 


14 


1 





67 


1 





3 





7 





9 


12 


2 





30 


0. 


.... 0. . 


.... 0. 


0. 


0. 


.... 0. 


.... 0. . 


0. . 


.... 0.... 


... 0.. 





1 





5 


6 


11 


9 





25 


4 





55 


2 





6 


22 


13 


6 


21 


42 


5 





109 


1 





8 


14 


18 


21 


12 


40 


3 





108 


4 





10 


6 


10 


11 


21 


64 


7 





119 


1. 


.... 0. . 


.... 1. 


0. 


0. 


.... 0. . 


.... 0. .. 


....67. . 


....3.... 


... 0.. 


70 


1 





4 


3 


9 





6 


16 


1 





35 


2 





6 


8 


12 


25 


8 


52 


7 





112 


.'1 





216 


342 


542 


268 


195 


1.414 


190 





2,951 



1 



TABLE F 



CHURCHES 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



Angier Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham, First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 

Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose ot Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Drive, Durtiam 27703 
Gerald Howard, Box 444, Apex 27502 



Travis Jackson, 2234 Ferrell Road, Durtiam 27704. . . 
Merle Edmonds. 716 Lvnn Road, Durham 27703 
Robert Middour, 12 S. Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 
Rev. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 
C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durtiam 27704 
Doug Riley, Rt. 2, Box 136, Rougemont 27572 



Charles Brinkley, 21 Faith Drive, Durtiam 27704 
Ray Wilkins, 2225 Charlotte Street, Durham 27705 



Hugh Hicks, 2527 Glendale Avenue, Durtiam 27704 



Jack T. Rigsbee, P. 0. Box 2803, Durham 27705 

J. Mac Clary, 4009 Forestdale Drive, Durtiam 27705 
Jerry W. Bruce, Rt. 8, Melbourne Street, Durtiam 27712 



J. A. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312. 



0. C. Mitchell, 838 Glenco Road, Durham 27703 



Paul Rigsbee, 2625 Ardsley Drive, Durham 27704 
Jesse Green, 513 Wildwood Drive, Durham 27712 



TOTALS 



BROTHERHOOD 



Pioneers (12-17 years or grades 

7-12) 


RA director and committee 


Baptist Men enrolment (18 and 
over) 


Other Baptist men groups 


Brotherhood director and other 
Brotherhood General Officers 


Enrolment of Mission(s) of 
church 


Total ongoing Brotherhood en- 
rolment 


Other boys involved in mission 
activities 


Miscellaneous Baptist men 








25 





1 





26 








4 


6 














29 






































2 














16 








....10 


4. ... 


21. ... 


....0. .. 


1. .. 


0. .. 


54. . 


0. . 





1 7 


2 














13 








1 


3 














17 








i 











1 





1 














7 





2 





9 








....10. .. 


3. ... 


25 


....0. .. 


1. .. 


0. .. 


45.. 


0. . . 





14 


8 














34 











5 





8 








27 






































2 














16 








0. .. 


0. . . . 


0. ... 


....0. .. 


0. .. 


0. . . . 


0... 


0... 





4 


6 


2 





1 





26 



































6 

















32 



































....10. .. 


2. ... 


50. ... 


....0. .. 


1 . . . 


0. ... 


90... 


0... 








2 


22 





1 





39 











2 








1 





6 





3 


5 


1 














6 



































0. .. 


0. . . . 


0. ... 


....0. .. 


0. .. 


0. . . . 


0... 


0... 



































1 














10 



































4 


1 














8 








7. .. 


2. ... 


14. ... 


....0. .. 


1 . . . 


0. ... 


24... 


0... 





I 





















































7 

















13 











2 





15 








26 








....18 


2.... 


1. ... 


....0. .. 


0. .. 


0. ... 


23... 


0... 


6 





























3 


7 














25 











3 














13 



































0. .. 


















4 


5 


20 





3 





38 


























14 








6 

















10 


























7 








0. .. 




















29 
148 



1 

72 





180 





23 


•OO « 









52 

749 








CO OOC 



■ —71 — 



TABLE G 



CHURCHES 



TREASURERS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



E 



»1 



O 09 

O a. 



— w 
CO o 



11 

CO a> 



Angier Avenue Fred Rhodes, P. 0. Box 77, Durham 27702 

Bells Mrs. James Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Berea Mrs.A.Wayne Farrell,1216 Carpenter Fletcher Rd.Durham 

Bethesda James Strickland, 38 Dudley Circle, Durtiam 27703 

Braggtown Crandall Nelson, 805 W. Murray Avenue, Durham 27704 . 

Calvary Don C. Christian, 209 Pleasant Drive, Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. David Bell, 515 Yorktown Drive, Chapel Hill 27514 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Hubert C. Green, Rt. 1 , Box 246, Morrisvllle 27560 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Donald Foust, 1 21 4 Horseshoe Road. Durham 27703 

Cresset Wayne Jones, 703 Churchill Drive, Chapel Hill 2751 4 . . . 

Durham, First H. L. Ferguson, 1818 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701 

Durham Memorial Clayborn Right, 281 5 Independence Avenue, Durtiam 27703 

Ebenezer Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rt. 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27705 

Edgemont B. F. Denning, 1912 Wallace Street, Durham 27707 

Ephesus Mrs. Warren Elledge, Rt. 7, Box 82, Duitiam 27707 .... 

Faith Mrs. Charles Glasgow, 14 Fletchers Terrace, Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, 341 7 Glenn Road, Durham 27704 

Gorman Bobby L, Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Drive, Durham 27704 

Grace David Rogers, 910 Englewood Avenue, Durham 27701 

Grey Stone Donald Whitworth, 4710 West Hills Drive, Durham 27705 

Guess Road Mrs. Raymond Thomas, 4834 Kendridge Dr., Durham 2771 2 

Holloway Street Mrs. Sue Trueheart, 1 105 Alma Street, Durtiam 27703 

Homestead Heights S. G. Buchanan, 220 Chateau Road, Durham 27704 

Hope Valley Jesse L. Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham 2771 3 

Immanuel Mrs. A. B. Ward, 2503 Sparger Road, Durham 27705 . . . 

Lakewood Mrs. L. J. Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durham 27705 

Lovi/e's Grove Mrs. Virgil Riggsbee, Rt. 1 , Box 141 , Morrisvllle 27560 

Lystra John A. Oldham, Rt. 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Box 255, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead .... J. A. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittboro 2731 2 

Mount Hermon Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Moriah Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham 27705 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Ralph Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Olive Branch Mrs. J. M. Mangum, 4017 Wake Forest Rd.,Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham 27703 

Park View Sonny Newcomb, 405 Leon Strteet, Durham 27705 

Parkwood Garland Moorefield, 1 33 Wicklow Lane, Durham 2771 3 

Plainview Miss Jacqueline Jenks, 2427 Redwood Rd.,Durham 27704 

Red Mountain Mrs. Sidney Ellis, Rt. 2, Box 245, Rougemont 27572 

Ridgecrest Miss Ida Morgan, 5623 Bonnie Drive, Durham 27704. . . 

Rose of Sharon William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham 2771 2 

Temple R. Zack Long, 614 Bon Air Avenue, Durham 27704 

Trinity Gerald G. Payne, Sr., 1313 Clinton Road, Durham 27703 

University J. A. Stephenson, 206 Carol Street, Carrboro 27510 

Watts Street. ... Mrs. Eleanor Whitfield, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham 27705. , 

Westwood R. L. Terrell, 571 1 Woodberry Road, Durham 27707 

Yates Robert Wilmarth, 3725 Randolph Road, Durham 27705' 

TOTALS 

-72- 



270 

10 

118 
100 
125 
19 
25 
160 

80 
50 
90 
. 84 
50 
19 
160 
202 
454 
350 
165 
85 
60 
. 65 
50 
31 
40 
38 
. 30 
75 
36 
33 

. 36 
54 



15 
...78 
77 
39 
40 
90 

"45 
110 

3.658 



.25 
.13 
4.0 
14.1 
6.08 
.04 
10 
28. 

4.a 

2.e 

.10 
10 
.02 
11 
3.7 
8. 
10. 
4.4 
9.5 
10 
2.7 
5.1 
16. 
6.0 
11 
10 
22 
9.0 
10. 
7.5 

22.5 

.016 
20 
10 
12 
3.0 
14 
3.5 
5.2 
.77 

1.86 
12.12 
6.0 
9.0 

.048 
10. 
11 



3.5 
1.0 
2.0 
.85 
1.70. 
.01 
3.0 
3.0 
1.8 


1 

1.0 
.01 
1.9 
2.0 

3. 

6. 
1.7 
2.2 
.15 

6. 
2.77 
1.0 
2.0 
2.5 
2.7 
2.0 
1.0 
1.0 
1.0 
4.0 
.0055 
1.5 
2.0 



1.25 
1.4 
1.75 
1.9 
.52 

1.09 

4.84 
3.0 
1.0 

.027 
5.0 
3.0 



17 



TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & ST 



WARDSHIP 



special gitts 


All other receipts 


Total receipts 


Money borrowed during the 


year 


Church staff salaries 


Money paid out on new construc- 
tion during the year 


Debt retirement during the year 


Church literature 


All other local expenditures 


Total local expenditures 




n 
U 


1 on QQR 




n 
U 


DO,0/1 


n 



1,090 


000 

2,o22 


Q7 CQC 


1 m noc 
1 10,02b 


pD,^ lU 




OR QR/1 




n 



n,Dio 


n 
U 


n 
U 


9/3 


/I OHQ 


lb,bOU 


n 9Q7 


n 
U 


in 007 







0,03/ 


n 



n 



1 cn 
IbO 


Q[;7 

2,00/ 


Q 71 /I 


7R7 
ID, /D/ 


1 1 Q 1^1 C 
1 lo,OlD 


OR/I OQQ 







1 OO 001 

lo2,o21 


n 



c nnn 

6,000 


4,674 


70,779 


01 O 77 A 

213,774 


(5,200 


. . 3,850. 


. . 179,050 




.. 0. 


. . . 46.848 





. 50,183 


. . 3,558 


. . . 52,088 


. . 152,677 


r\c /ICC 

l)d,4dd 


1,535 


107,990 







23.400 


9.196 


23,360 


2.218 


36,516 


94,690 


43,441 





143,441 







40.004 





28,697 


7.064 


45.609 


121.374 


Z9,006 


594 


29,600 







9,460 








727 


3.609 


13,796 


iO,oOo 





20,808 







9.337 








275 


7,933 


17,545 


^ 1 ,UUU 


n 

U. 


1/11 nnn 
. . 141,000 




.. 0. 


. . . 30.500 


. 27.800 


. 40,000 


. . 4,700 


. . . 24,000 


1 07 nnn 
. . 127,000 


17,bl9 


4,143 


221,762 







117,753 





OO ooo 

30,000 


27,471 


25,621 


ooo n AC 

200,845 







140,763 







55,786 





4,557 


7,580 


50,000 


117,923 


f)o,Dlo 


1 o nnn 

12,000 


110,618 







24,400 





12,029 


24.222 


oc coc 

00,626 


96,277 


?o oon 





CO oon 

62,229 







22,409 





1,500 


3,085 


24,884 


51,878 


39,560 


. . 1,133. 


. . . 60,693 




.. 0. 


. , . 27,110 








. . 2,937 


8,487 


. . . 38,534 


34,539 





64,539 







24,918 





1 1 ,039 


1,853 


20,811 


58,621 


?1,441 





21,441 







2,619 


3.145 


2,043 


320 


1,736 


9,863 


40,762 





146,762 







45,441 





27,137 


5,444 


40,821 


118,843 


34,418 


107,229 


291,647 







76,341 








3.421 


166,119 


245,881 


■\o ocn 

l)3,869 


. 79,813. 


. . 483,682 




.. 0. 


. . 103,678 





. 42,497 


. . 6,484 


. . 231,448 


. . 384,107 


^2,054 


8,421 


130,475 







28,943 


190.347 


31,173 


3,886 


50,454 


304,803 


TC "700 

^0,783 


867 


126,650 







44,463 





9,350 


3.782 


37,784 


95,379 


/8,000 


400 


78,400 


10,000 


24,924 


10.431 


16,200 


1,772 


19,052 


72,379 


71 ccn 


1,280 


72,839 







30,964 





19,488 


1,358 


14,228 


66,038 


57,120 


59. 


. . . 67,179 




.. 0. 


. . . 20,781 





. 13,572 


. 518 


. . . 11,383 


. . . 46,254 


75,543 





75,543 







34,539 





9.980 


1,213 


18,773 


64,505 


^R 91 R 


R1 A 


DD.OOO 







OO ni o 

23,918 








o ceo 


n 071 

9,271 


35,745 


?3,578 


1,510 


25,088 







9,226 


1,880 





735 


3,482 


15,323 


i9,922 


3,066 


42,988 







12,777 





3,120 


1,387 


12,591 


29,875 


31,565 


0. 


... 31,565 


. 12,000 


8,210 


. . 8,659 


. . 2,784 


... 740 


.... 4,852 


. . . 25,245 


38,777 


5,080 


73.857 


6,781 


17,730 








2.227 


22,112 


42,069 


43,061 


683 


43,744 







15,073 





11,700 


1,125 


17,932 


45,830 


30,372 


79 


30,451 







13,780 








1,018 


8,015 


22,813 


57,506 





57.506 







18,112 


90,000 





2,082 


5,658 


115,852 


42,557 


0. 


. . . 42,557 




.. 0. 


... 12,253 


. . 3,351 


. 11,000 


.. 1,407 


... 13,387 


... 41,398 


58,057 


4,198 


62.255 







27,895 





9,300 


1,893 


19,395 


58,483 


36,466 


9.573 


76.039 







25,624 





31,788 


1,399 


16,985 


75,796 


38,347 





88.347 







31,105 





28,838 


1,473 


11,019 


72,435 


?0,261 


822 


21.083 







7,330 








646 


3,657 


11,633 


/3,984 


. 50,410. 


.. 124.394 




.. 0. 


. . . 32.588 


11,800 


. 11,844 


.. 2,038 


... 19,713 


. . . 77,983 


58,041 


863 


68.904 


25,000 


17,163 


83.380 


13,351 


1,222 


13,663 


128,779 


34,154 


3.300 


137.454 







47,699 





21,860 


2,136 


65,602 


137,297 


59,81 1 





59.811 


160,000 


17,251 


98,158 


11,928 


2,102 


18,154 


147,593 


12,564 


34.512 


147.076 







87,000 





3.550 


4,490 


33,740 


128,780 


35,175 


0. 


.. 135,175 




.. 0. 


... 61.597 





. 23.164 


.. 2,712 


. . . 53,389 


.. 140,862 


70,891 





70,891 







24,284 





10,320 


1,971 


20,411 


56,986 


39,182 


69,110 


228,292 







99.618 





8,520 


3,000 


90,634 


201,772 


9,144 


524,114 


4,883,258 


213.781 


1,873,053 


538,147 


583.470 


160,382 


1,506,123 


4,461,175 



— 73 — 



TABLE H 









CHURCH 








SPONSORED 










MISS 


ONS 






• 


is 




■ 

CO 










o 


E 








ton new 
ig the yi 


ihspons 
iditures 


lonsored 








CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES 












CHURCHES 


(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


ypaid 
tion d 


hercli 
ion ex 


churcl 


uadxA 








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s = 

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Annipr Aupniip 


Mr«^ 1 F Rnwland 904 Rp^vnnr Rtrppt Durham ?77n? 








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3( 


Rpllq 


Mr<; R 1 Ma^nn Jr Rt 3 Anpx ?7Sn? 

IVMO. U. L. IVIuOUII, ^l>t III* r\puA C-IUKJL. 








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Rprp;i 


Mr<; Rpnrnp Rarkpr Ma<?<;p\/ P.hanpl Rnarl niirham 9771 

iviio. ijuuiyQ uuirvui, iviuoovy oiiupoi iiuuu, uuiiiuiii l.i i to 








n 

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Rpthp<;rtA 


W Tnmmv Kprr 341 Ranrinrk Hrivp Durham ?77n? 

fV. lUllliliy IXOII, vj" 1 UUIIUUOIx UI IVO, LfUIIIUIII 1 1 \J\J 








n 
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2( 


Rranntn\A/n 


MrQ R 1 lpffrip<; 3704 Hprminp ^trppt niirham 977n'S 

iviio. n. L. jciiiico, o/UH nciiiiiiic oiicci, uuiiiaiii ci ivjo 


. . 0. 


. . 


n 


( 


Uaivdiy 


Mr«i 1 arn/ R .lnhn«:nn 7nR Plpa^ant Plriup riiirtiam 9770? 
IVIIO. Laiiy n. uuiiiiouii, tuu ricuoaiii uiivc, uuiiiaiii ci ivjo 













P.arrtinrn 


Mk Hpnrv *^waim IDDS Hill«;hnrniinh Rnarl Parrhnrn ?7fiin 

IVIIO. iiGiiiy vjvvaiiii, luvjo i iiiiouuiuuiiii iiuau, oaiiuuiu c/uivj 





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Cedar Fork 


Mrs. Johnnie Evans, Rt. 1, Box 324, Morrisville 27560 













Hhppk Hpinhtc; 


Mr<; Ira Patp 1 1 1 1 MifllanrI Tprrarp Durham 977(14 

IVIIO. Ilu lulC, 1 1 1 MVIIUIUIIU lUlluUG, UUIIIUlll 1 i 








n 
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P.rPQQPt 


Mr<; Dniin Rl pv Rt 9 Rnx 1?fi Rniinpmnnt 97Fi79 

IVIIO. uuuy niicy, ni. c, uua iuu, nuuyciiiuiii ci ui 

MiQt; Mannip Mnrri<; 141(1 M Manniim '^trppt Durham 97701 
iviioo iviuyyic iviuiiio, i*-riu iv. iviaiiyuiii oiicci, uuiiiaiii c.i /vji 


. . 0. 


. . 


n 




riiirham Fir^t 








n 
u 


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L^UIIIUIIi IVIUIIiUIIGI 


Mr«; W D Ram<;p\/ Rt fi Rnx .SfiFi Durham 9770.? 

IVIIO. If. iJ. llulllOC/y, III. U, UUA UOU, UUIIIUlll L. 1 f uo 








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Ebenezer 


ivirs. b. r. niiey, nt. d, box oiy, uurham di /uo 








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Filnpmnnt 

L.uyui 1 lui 11 


Miss Patriria Riup^ 1191 Raunnr .Strppt Durham 9770? 

IVIIOO i uiiiLf Id 1 11 voo, 1 I c 1 iiuyiiui uiiwoi, uuiiiuiii c- 1 / uo 







u 


u 


j 


Fnhpc^iK 


Mr<i Kpnnpth KInn Rt 9 P.hanpl Hill 97M4 





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Faith 


Mr9 nharlP9 Rla<%nnw 14 Flptrhpr*^ Tprrarp Durham ?77n4 

IVIIO. OIIUllC/O vJluOyUlf, IT 1 lUlullUlO lUllUuC/, L/UllluiM t. f / 





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Fiplf1rrp<Nt 

1 ICIUUIUOL 


Mr<; Rnnpr T DpHart 9fS0Q Riillnrk Drivp Durham 97704 

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nnrman 

VJUI II lul 1 


Mr<? A D Fnnlpman 9504 F fippr Strppt Durham 97704 

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Ul uL/u 


Mr<; 1 H Rnual 10(14 IM Manniim 9trppt Durham 97701 
IVIIO. <J. n. nuyai, luu^ im. iviaiiyuiii oiiuci, uuiiiuiii ci 





n 

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Rrpu Stnnp 

vji uy wiui i\j 


J 1 Rin«^hpp 900fi Siinspt Aupniip Durham 97705 

u. i_. 1 iiyouoo, L-\j\j\j oui looi n vGi luu, li ui i luiii c- 1 i 


. . 0. 


. . u . 


. . 


. 21 


Riip<;<? Rnarl 

UUOOO i lUuU 


Mr«? W A Harri<5 1Q01 Kirkwnnri Driup Durham 97705 

IVIIO. VV . n. llulllO, 1 1 IMItNWUUU UIIVU, L/UIIIuMI l- 1 1 \J\J 





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Hnllnuuau Strppt 
iiuiiuway oiivCi 


Mr<; Tv<?nn M Kirk 1191 N Miami Rlurl Durham 9770? 

IVIIO. lyOUII IVI. [\lli\, 1 1^1 Iv. IVIIullll UIVU., L/UIIIQIII l-I f UU 











i 


Homestead Heights 


Mrs. Mary J. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Drive, Durham 27705 





U 





11 


Hnnp Vflllpv 

1 iupu vuiiGy 


Mr<; R .1 1 pwtpr Rt ? Rnx 9fifi-R Durham 9771? 

IVIIO. 11. u. t_oWlUI, III. U, UUA L-UU U, UUIIIUlll C- 1 1 lO 





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Immpniipl 


Mr<; F P Pannnn ?5?7 Hilkhnrniinh Rnari Durham 97705 

IVIIO. L.. U. OullllUII, UUU f 1 II IIOUUI UUyi 1 IIUGU, UUIIIQIII L-I f UU 

Mr<; Frpfl Ppndlpv 9fiOQ Phanpl Hill Rnad Durham 97707 
IVIIO. ricu rciiuicy, cuuc? uiiajjci iiiii nuuu, uuiiiaiii l.i /ui 


. . 0. 


. . u. 


. . 


■\ 


1 ;)kpui/nnr1 





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1 n\wp'*5 Rrnup 


Frankip Shinn ?Q.?4 S Aktnn AupniiP Durham 9771? 

1 lulllMG UIII|J|J, U^U" U. mOlUII rAVullUO, UUIIIUlll L. 1 1 lO 











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Lystra 


Mr«; .Inhn A Dlrlham Rt 7 Rnx 571 -A P.hanpl Hill 97514 

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Mniint P.3rmpl 

IVIUUIIl OullllCI 


Mrq T 1 niii<i PatP Rt 7 Rnx 9?4 Phanpl Hill 97514 
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Mniint Hilpari 
IVIUUIIl Ullcdu 


Mrc Rnu A Mnrric Rt 1 Rnv 9QP Pittchnrn 97?1 9 

iviio. nuy H. iviuiiio, ni. i, dua ^ao, niiouuiu c.io\c. 


. . 0. 


.. 0. 


.. 


.. 1 


Mniint Hprmnn 

IVIUUIIl 1 ICIIIIUII 


Mrc \A/nrth Qholtnn ?17 ^/l^rroono Rnari niirham 9770^ 
IVIIo. WUrUl OUcllUU, ol / IvIUllccllc nUdU, UUrndlll C.I Ivo 













12 


Mniint Mnriph 

IVIUUIIl IVIUIIull 


Mrs. unanie ri. rarKer, ni. i , box coo, uumam c, ivi 















Mniint Pi^nph 
IVIUUIIl rioyaii 


Mrs .1 F Rnnth Rt ? Rnx 940 Durham 9771? 
IVIIO. u. c uuuiii, ni. o, QUA ctu, uuiiiuiii ci 1 lO 













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flliup Rranrh 

VJIIVu UIGIIUII 


Mr<; Inhn AiiqIpu Rt R Rnv ?4? Durham 9770? 
iviio. uuiiii rAuoicy, ni. u, dua omo, uuiiiuiii ci luo 













> 


Panfi Rnarl 


Mr<? W T Mn<59 4915 1 iimlpu Rnarl Durham 9770? 

IVIIO. II. 1. iviuoo, "l. 1 u i-uii iicy nuuu, uuiiiqiiil-//uo 


.. 0. 


.. 


.. 




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rair\ vicvv 


Plarpnpp Ypan/unnrl 9R99 Mpuuniiau ^trppt Durham 9770S 

ulalClll/C ICdlWUUU, COCC IMCWlfUdy OlICCl, UUIIIdlll CI lUJ 















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Mrc Frnpct Dnilar 101 MnntProw 1 ano Hiirham 9771? 
IVIIo. Clllcol UUIIdl, lUI IVIUIIlclcy Ldllc, UUIIIdin CI 1 10 















Plainview 


Mrs. William J. Hanward, 1620 Fletchers Chapel Road. Durham 27703 













t 
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Rpri Mniint;)in 
nuu iviuuiiiuiii 


MrQ F William Prahtrpp Rt 1 Rniinpmnnt 97'S79 
IVIIO. c. iviiiidiii uiduiicc, ni. 1, nuuyciiiuiii cioic 















Rif1npprp<;t 


Mrs Dniinia*; H Kirlrl 5109 ^tpnhpnc 1 anp Durham 97704 

IVIIO. UUUyiuO 11. IMUU, \J\\JC OlCpilCIIO LdllC, UUIIIulll CI / u^ 

Mi*;*". Friith Diinnanan 170? Ilmctpari Rnarl Durham 97719 

iviioo i-uiiii uuiiiidydii, 1 1 uo uiiioicdu nudu, uuiiidiii ci i \ c 


. . 0. 


.600. 


600 






Rn<?p nf Sharnn 

1 lUOu Ui (JIIQIUII 













i 


Tfimnip 

lull i|Jlv/ 


F 1 Kprlpv Jr 9808 Snarnpr Rnarl Durham 97705 

I-. L. ixuiiuy, UI., c-uuu Opuiyoi iiuuu, uuiiiuiii ci i\j\j 











12 


Trinity 


Mrs. b. n. u bnani, lyi^ oo m unve, uumam ci /Uo 











2 


llni\/ftr"^it\/ 

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Mrs. Carolyn Wallace, P. 0. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 













1C 


Watts Street 


Mrs Eleanor Whitfield P Box 3057 Durham 27705 


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Westwood 


Mrs. 0. D. King, 1825 Forest Road, Durham 27705 















Yates 











12 




TOTALS 





600 


600 


319, 



-74 — 



MISSION EXPENDITURES 



OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 



: 
n 


Designated: State missions 


Designated: SBC Home IVlis- 
sions (incl. Annie Armstrong 
Easter offering) 


Designated: SBC Foreign 
Missions (incl. Lottie Moon 
Christmas offering) 


Designated: SBC Christian 
education (schools, etc.) 


Designated: SBC Children's 
homes (cash plus goods) 


Designated: SBC Hospitals 


Designated: SBC Homes for 
the aged 


Designated: All other (Bible 
Society, Temperance 
League, etc.) 


Total other mission cause 
expenditures 


Grand Total Mission expendi- 
tures 


79 


o coo 


2,190 


5,046 


1,490 


4,276 


1,767 


1,659 


2,524 


26,664 


62,929 


85 





207 


341 





300 


86 





206 


1,325 


2,875 


15 


16 





28 





89 


53 





606 


907 


907 


45 


□00 


950 


4,530 


4,050 


1,200 





522 


203 


13,255 


33,505 


74. 


... 611 . 


. . 2,275. 


... 3,255. 


.. 275. 


.. 736. 


.. 238. 


.. 295 


. . 3,834. 


. 14,393. 


. . 24,257 


50 


oco 


242 


1,203 


175 


160 


196 


175 


407 


4.560 


9,305 


56 




2,464 


3,525 





498 


362 


392 


801 


11,352 


21,729 


58 


Zou 


21 1 


501 





111 


64 


75 


65 


2,140 


10,150 


15 


52 


94 


157 





100 











718 


1,243 


.0. 


... 730. 


.. 1,400. 


... 4,500. 


. 1,200. 


. . . . 700. 


.... 0. 


.. 450 


. 1,155. 


10,135. 


. . 14,000 


00 


879 


1,815 


7,600 


500 


500 


500 


500 


2,135 


15.129 


26,129 


35 


650 


1,288 


2,840 





200 


200 


200 


500 


7,213 


18.913 


40 























2.459 


2,499 


2,699 


00 


160 


339 


892 





143 


69 


63 


1.440 


4,106 


10,106 


45 


... 863. 


.. 1,366. 


... 2 339. 


.... 0. 


. ... 230. 


... 93. 


.. 129. 


. . 250 


. . 6,515. 


. . . 8,775 


19 


90 


112 


732 





47 


39 


12 


552 


3,403 


8,053 


99 


93 


122 


200 





50 


61 


50 


75 


1.150 


2.050 


67 


148 


674 


7,241 





880 


882 


525 


6,057 


18,774 


24,899 


25 


1,017 


1,674 


16,728 


238 


875 


131 


178 


6.500 


30,466 


44,991 


/ (J . 


... 102 


854. 


. . 13,002. 


. . . . 0. 


. . 1,500 


... 5. 


. . . . 0, 


10 347. 


. . 30.185. 


. . 58,935 


00 


221 


981 


2.644 





300 





5 


865 


6,116 


10,781 


50 


1,200 


2,625 


4,613 





1,000 


525 





839 


14,552 


21,475 


96 


194 


435 


1,363 





37 





3 





2,828 


14,089 


21 


346 


144 


2,764 





58 


116 








4,349 


6,554 


24 


....223. 


....513. 


....1,343. 


....0. 


86. 


0. 





.. .336 


4,025. 


...10,877 


95 


67 


152 


1,027 





1,275 


340 


510 


555 


6,221 


10,046 


00 


1 oo 

loo 


779 


2,058 





43 


168 


85 


175 


4,946 


16,257 


50 


350 


544 


742 





700 


250 


150 




? 47fi 




68 

'50 


710 


580 


868 


60 


752 


378 


415 


505 


4 736 


8 579 


....186. 


....211. 


727. 


...0. 


95 


...48. 


33, 


....338 


...1,788, 


2^990 


77 


154 


257 


2,247 





61 


37 


53 


100 


5,186 


18,002 


50 


266 


162 


310 


11 





60 


34 


325 


1,418 


2,618 


63 


156 


318 


700 








28 


21 


302 


1,988 


6,941 


37 


118 


293 


683 


10 


150 


50 


83 


143 


2,167 


5,388 


45. 


... 227 


. ... 100. 


.... 821 . 


. ..0. 


10. 


.. 114. 


.... 0. 


92. 


. , , 1,809. 


. . . 5,329 


13 


292 


698 


795 


50 


25 


50 


50 


365 


3,038 


4,688 


135 


111 


129 


471 





146 


22 








1,014 


1,254 


|27 





1,355 


1,500 

















3.982 


6,352 


00 


50 


250 


330 





225 


60 


60 


547 


1,722 


2,622 


on 


...833. 


0. 


... 2,536. 


....0. 


... 200. 


.... 0. 


.. 125. 


.. 5,353. 


. . . 9,447 . 


. . 10,797 


75 


461 


949 


1,054 





375 


150 


275 


432 


4,471 


5,621 


50 


530 


661 


1,138 


201 


367 


332 


82 


2,929 


8,890 


21,325 


00 





305 


590 





65 








127 


2,487 


5,663 


UO 


733 


580 


1,250 


77 


972 


260 


240 


4,200 


9,212 


19,970 




... 130 


99. 


426. 


...66. 


... 269. 


. . Ill . 


...25. 


. 11,572, 


. 15,198. 


. . 21,348 


75 


234 


650 


1,809 





70 


50 


10 


50 


4,048 


10,460 


157 


173 


822 


4,117 





160 








1,325 


10,554 


23,020 


40 


17,563 


32.869 


113,586 


8,403 


20,036 


7,895 


7,484 


72,181 


344,557 


664,522 














-75 — 











TABLE I 



CHURCHES 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES 
(INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


No. Church-type missions started 
during the year 


No. church-type missions curr- 
ently operating 


No. other-type missions started 
during the year 


No. other-type missions curr- 
ently operating 


Angier Avenue 


Manley Johnson, 41 1 Pleasant Drive, Durham 27704 














Bells 


Emest Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 














Berea 


Woody Massey, 5201 Newhal! Road. Durham 27713 














Bethesda 


Robert Clayton, 2500 Windy Hill Road, Durham 27703 














Braggtown 


Ed Clements, 4020 Roxboro Road, Durham 27704 


.. 0. 


.. 0. 


.0. . 


.0. . 


Calvary 


Don C. Christian, 209 Pleasant Drive, Durtiam 27703 














Carrboro 


Wesley Woods, 102 Phipps Street, Carrboro 27510 














Cedar Fork 


J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 














Cheek Heights 


C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham 27704 














Cresset 


J. D. Keith, 116 Landsbury Drive, Durham 27707 


.. 0. 


.. 0. 


. 0. . 


.0. . 


Durham, First 


Louis Carver, 1211 W. Cornwallis Road, Durham 27705 














Durham Memorial 


Mark Hicks, 404 Chamberlain Avenue, Durtiam 27704 








1 


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Ebenezer 


Ray Wilkins, 2225 Charlotte Street, Durham 27705 














Edgemont 


Norris Strickland, Rt. 6, Box 508, Durham 27703 














Ephesus 


Alvin Tillman, 3208 Waterbury Drive, Durtiam 27707 


..0. 


.. 0. 


.0. . 


.0. . 


Faith 


Lewis Murphy, 248 Debra Drive, Durtiam 27704 














Fieldcrest 


Marvin E. Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Road, Durham 27704 














Gorman 


B. L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Drive, Durham 27704 














Grace 


T. 0. Perry, 1502 Washington Street, Durham 27701 














Grey Stone 


Carl Wallace, 2713 Lawndale Avenue, Durham 27705 





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. 


. . . 


Guess Road 


Wesley Sorrell, 623 Horton Road, Durham 27704 














Holloway Street 


C. H. Collie, 1117 N. Guthrie Avenue, Durham 27703 














Homestead Heights 


W. C. Rogers, Jr., 5102 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27712 














Hope Valley 


A. Tom Hall, 1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Road, Durham 27713 











1 


Immanuel 


. Larry Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Drive, Durham 27705 














Lakewood 


Mack Overman, 600-5 S. LaSalle Street, Durham 27705 














Lowe's Grove 


David Wrenn, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 














Lystra 


John A. Oldham, RL 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill 27514 














Mount Carmel 


James F. Merritt, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 


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Mount Gilead 


Jerry Clarke, Rt 4, Box 202-C, Pittsboro 27312 


.. 0. 


.. 0. 


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Mount Hermon 


Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Road, Durtiam 27705 














Mount Moriah 


Clyde Carroll, 4814 Enwin Read, Durham 27705 





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Mount PIsgah 


Carlyle Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 210-A, Apex 27502 














Olive Branch 


Morris Currin, 381 1 Wake Forest Road, Durham 27703 














Page Road 


W. E. Rice, Rl 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 


.. 0. 


.. 0. 


. 0. 


. 0. . 


Park View 


Mrs. Kenneth Cohn, 5103 Pine Trail Drive, Durham 27712 














Parkwood 


Luther Wheeler, 112 Foxcroft Lane, Durham 27713 














Plainview 


Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Drive, Durtiam 27712 














Red Mountain 


Thomas Ellis, Rt. 1, Rougemont 27572 














RIdgecrest 


Larry Taylor, 116 Little River Drive, Hillsborough 27278 


.. 0. 


.. 0. 


. 0. 


.0. . 


Rose of Sharon 


Talmadge Lassiter, 3749 Hermine Street, Durham 27705 














Temple 


C. Addison Trice, 1309 Norton Street, Durham 27701 














Trinity 


Charles E. Owens, 2205 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 














University 


Ted Tyslnger, 423 Granville Road, Chapel Hill 27514 














Watts Street 




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Westwood 


J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frasier Street, Durtiam 27704 














Yates 


Charles Cato, 3930 Swarthmore Road, Durtiam 27707 
















TOTALS 





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1 


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SPECIAL INFORMATION 



Number adult Sunday School 
Jllasses 


Bus attendance 


Day care enrolment 


Kindergarten enrolment 


Number participating in youth trip 


Does church have, observe, plan, use, etc.? 


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Library 


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January Bible Study 


SS Leadership Preparation 
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State paper in budget 


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N 


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13 





54 


1 





Y 


Y 




N 




Y 


N 




N 


Y 


N 


N 




N 


N 


N 


N 


N 




Y 


380 


242 


831 


250 


109 


38 


13 




5 


33 


20 




3 


32 


3 


16 




4 


3 


31 


16 


18 


15 



— 77 — 



INDEX 



Associate or Assistant Pastors 54 

Auditor's Report 44 

Board Members' v 4 

Board Report 34 

Brotherhood Directors 70 

Brotherhood Council 9 

Brotherhood Report 36 

Brotherhood Statistical Table 70 

Budget 46 

Calendar 13 

Camp Committee Report 38 

Church Directory 53 

Church Media Center/Library Directors 55 

Church Media Center/Library Officers 9 

Church Media Center/Library Report 36 

Church Membership & Other Information Statistical Table 60 

Church Secretaries 55 

Church Training (T. U.) Directors 64 

Church Training (T. U.) Officers 7 

Church Training (T. U.) Report 36 

Church Training (T. U.) Statistical Table 64 

Churches and Pastors 53 

Clerks 74 

Committees 9 

Community Ministries Committee Report 39 

Constitution and By-Laws 19 

Deacon Chairmen 76 

Deacons' Committee Report 41 

Directory of Association 1 

Enrolment of Messengers 16 

Evangelism Committee Report 41 

Financial Statement 45 

Future Development Committee Report 42 

General Board Members of the Baptist State Convention 1 

Historical Table 49 

History of Page Road Baptist Church 31 

History of Parkwood Baptist Church 33 

Inter-Faith Witness Committee Report 42 

Ministers of Education 54 

Ministers of Recreation 54 

Ministers of Youth 54 



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Ministers Ordained during the Year 58 

Mission Expenditures Statistical Table 74 

Missions Committee Chairmen 57 

Missions Committee Report 42 

Mission and/or Ministry 59 

Music Council 8 

Music Council Report 37 

Music Directors 66 

Music Statistical Table 66 

Officers of Association 1 

Officers of Organizations 7 

Ordinations Committee Report 42 

Organists and/or Pianists 56 

Other Licensed Ministers 58 

Other Ordained Ministers 58 

Our Beloved Dead 51 

Paid Employees 1 

Pastors 60 

Pastors Registered 18 

Place and Preacher Committee Report 35 

Proceedings of Annual Meeting 25 

Program of Annual Meeting 26 

Radio and Television Committee Report 43 

Resolutions Committee Report 48 

"Singles Over 40" Report 43 

Special Information Statistical Table 76 

Stewardship Chairmen 57 

Student Work Committee Report 43 

Sunday School Directors 62 

Sunday School Officers 7 

Sunday School Report 37 

Sunday School Statistical Table 62 

Tables 60 

Total Receipts, Local Expenditures & Stewardship Statistical Table 72 

Training Union (see Church Training) 

Treasurers 72 

Visitors Registered 18 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 68 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 7 

Woman's Missionary Union Report 38 

Woman's Missionary Union Statistical Table 68 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 31 

Youth Advisory Committee Report 44 



— 79 — 



NOTES: 



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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 

1977 



A 




PAGE ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH 



n^isH"^ YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
THIRTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
1978 




BELLS BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THIRTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
1978 



Bapttt cL^'rchtutja V ™^o^'' ""'^'^L'"'"'^''^ O^'""- 23, 1978; Calvary 

night, October 24 197a baptist Ch.rch, Tuesday 

Oc'^ZrTl9.^%':r^7ie:^^^^^ ^T'^ Church, Monday night, 

Page Road Baptist Churcht^uX n%ht:ttlb:r30^r9"'""' ^"'^ 



— 1 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



3 

Dedication of 1978 Minutes 

Directory of the Association 

Calendar of Activities 

Enrolment of Messengers, Visitors and Pastors 

21 

Constitution 

62 

Historical Table 

Our Beloved Dead 

68 

Church Directory 

80 

Statistical Tables 

Index 



To Hubert and Helen Mumford, we dedicate this Annual Report for saying "yes" 
twenty-five years ago in answer to God's call. The Association will always be 
grateful for his unselfishness in witnessing, his dedication to the Yates Association, 
and to God's Work. 



— 3 — 



DIRECTORY OF THE ASSOCIATION 
1978 - 1979 



* * * ii * ^ 
OFFICERS 

Moderator: Rev. Julian Motley 688-3947 

3315 E. Geer Street, Durham 27704 
Vice Moderator: Talmadge H. Lassiter 477-4230 

3749 Hermine Street, Durham 27705 
Clerk: John M. Deeds , 682-6069 

1804 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701 
Treasurer: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Auditor: Frank D. Nelson 383-7137 

447 Continental Drive, Durham 27712 
Parliamentarian: Bruce C. Little 596-7750 

3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS of THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Bruce C. Little 596-7750 

3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 
Rev. Jack H. Mansfield 967-3056 

P. O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

PAID EMPLOYEES 

Director: Rev. Hubert S. Mumford 682-2465 

1108 Raynor Street, Durham 27703 
Adm. Assistant: Mrs. Ralph L. Bassett 489-4951 

Rt. 7, Box 247-A, Durham 27707 
Secretary: Mrs. Dallas Norris 477-5551 

4306 David Street, Durham 27704 
Secretary: Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Camp Caretaker: Mrs. George Funderburk 596-6689 

Rt. 6, Box 181-A, Durham 27703 



— 4 — 



BOARD MEMBERS 



The Associational Board consists of the officers of the association, leaders of the 
Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Music, Brotherhood, 
TACMO, the chairman of each Standing Committee, the Director of Missions, each 
active pastor and two lay members from each cooperating church. The members of 
the State General Board from our Association and the B. S. U. Directors of Duke 
University and the University of North Carolina shall be invited to sit with the 
Associational Board in an advisory capacity. Listed below are the lay members 



elected by the churches: 




CHURCHI1.S 


NAMfciS 


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Angier Avenue 


Mr. Paul E. Watkins 


2424 S. Alston Avenue 






Durham, N. C. 27713 




Mr. Claiborne C. Ross 


109 N. Guthrie Avenue 






Durham, N. C. 27703 


Bells 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hunt 


609 N. Driver Avenue 






Durham, N. C. 


Berea 


Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Little 


Rt. 3, Box 265 






Durham, N. C. 27713 


Bethesda 


Mr. & Mrs. William Farrell 


Rt. 4, Box 351 






Durham, N. C. 27703 


Braggtown 


Mr. R. D. Holleman 


1514 Hermitage Cr. 






Durham, N. C. 27707 


Calvary 


Ms. Emma Daniel 


610 Lynn Road 






Durham, N. C. 27703 




Mr. James Hutchins 


915 Lynn Road 






Durham, N. C. 27703 


Carrboro 


Mr. & Mrs. Mike Gibson 


3-1 Yum Yum Apts. 






Carrboro, N. C. 27510 


Cedar Forks 


Mr. Hubert Green 


Rt. 1, Box 246 






Morrisville, N. C. 27560 




Mr. Lester Ward 


Rt. 1, Box 309 






Morrisville, N. C. 27560 


Cheek Heights 


Mr. C. H. Shelton 


1004 E. Club Blvd. 






Durham, N. C. 27704 




Mr. Ira Pate 


1111 Midland Terrace 






Durham, N. C. 27704 


Cresset 


None listed 




Durham Memorial 


Mr. Exie Andrews 


2706 Wedgedale Avenue 






Durham, N. C. 27703 




Mr. Roy Watson 


2505 Ross Road 






Durham, N. C. 27703 


Ebenezer 


Mr. Donnie Riley 


P. 0. Box 15488 






Durham, N. C. 27704 




Mr. Jack Moody 


Rt. 4, Box 574 






Hillsborough, N. C. 


Edgemont 


Mr. Rone Davis 


2718 Ashe Street 






Durham, N. C. 27703 




Mr. Wayne Oakley 


Box 3187 






Durham, N. C. 27705 


Ephesus 


Mr. Jesse Moye 


1603 Ephesus Church Road 






Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 




Mr. Jimmy Rigsbee 


Rt. 7, Box 271 






Durham, N. C. 27707 


Faith 


Mr. Hugh Hicks 


2527 Glendale Avenue 






Durham, N. C. 27704 


Fieldcrest 


Mr. Thomas C. Ellis 


210 Sherbon Drive 






Durham, N. C. 27707 




Mr. Leon W. Weaver 


3417 Glenn Road 




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First 

Gorman 

Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 

Homestead Heights 

Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 

Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 
Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 



Mr. W. J. Broadwell 
Rev. Thad Ashely 
Mr. R. E. Broughton 
Mr. W. C. Clark 
Mr. D. W. Porterfield 
Mr. George Love, Jr. 
Mrs. John Freeman 
Mr. Phil Kimball 
Not listed 

Mr. & Mrs. C. T. Council 
Mr. Charles Teasley 
Mr. Harry Phares 
Mr. Terry Griffits 
Mr. Preston Byrd 
Mr. Wallace Long 
Mr. B. E. Suggs 
Mr. Dwight Chamblee 
Mr. Stewart C. Rigsbee 
Mr. & Mrs. Leon Driver 
Mr. John A. Oldham 
Mrs. Ralph Blackwood 
Mrs. S. T. Noell 
Mr. M. R. Clark 
Mr. Jerry Clarke 
Mr. Marvin Couch 
Mr. William Clayton 
Mr. Troy Wilkins 
Mr. Robert Gooch 
Mr. J. E. Booth 
Mr. Clyde Farrell 



Durham, N. C. 27704 
3629 Hathaway Road 
Durham, N. C. 27707 
2612 Roxboro Road 
Durham, N. C. 27704 
3753 E. Geer Street 
Durham; N, C. 27703 
Rt. 5, Box 190 
Durham, N. C. 27704 
3128 Gibson Road 
Durham, N. C. 27703 
P. O. Box 1355 
Durham, N. C. 27702 
1436 Acadia Street 
Durham. N. C. 27705 
6302 Whitt Road 
Durham, N. C. 27712 

511 Spruce Street 
Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rt. 2, Box 354 
Durham, N. C. 27712 
509 Everett Place 
Durham, N. C. 27702 
7119 Garrett Road 
Durham, N. C. 27713 
5804 Lake Elton Road 
Durham, N. C. 27713 
3517 East Oak Drive 
Durham, N. C. 27712 
1810 Albany Street 
Durham, N. C. 27705 
2313 Huron Circle 
Durham, N. C. 27707 
1709 Wallace Street 
Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt. 4, Box 43 
Durham, N. C. 27713 
Rt. 7, Box 571-A 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Rt. 7, Box 663 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Rt. 7, Box 663 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Rt. 4, Box 202-B 
Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 
Rt. 4, Box 202-C 
Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 
5325 Old Hillsborough Road 
Durham, N. C. 
5331 Old Hillsborough Road 
Durham. N. C. 
Rt. 1, Box 156 
Durham, N. C. 27705 
2012 WaWa Avenue 
Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rt. 3 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
Rt. 3. 



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Apex, N. C. 27502 
Olive Branch Mr. & Mrs. George Ray Rt. 6, Box 321 

Durham, N. C. 

PaeeRoad Mrs. Anthony Oakley 2110 S. Miami Blvd 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mr. Gene Stinnett 628 Lynn Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
Park View Mr. Coe Strain 2908 Omaha Street 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mr. Carlton Harrell 410 Argonne Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
Parkwood Mrs. Tracy Barbee Rt. 3, Box 297-C 

Durham, N. C. 27713 
Plain view Mrs. Pete Preddy Rt. 5, Box 474 

Durham, N. C. 27704 

Red Mountain None listed 

Ridgecrest Mr. Ben H. Brown 5110 Pine Trail Drive 

Durham, N. C. 
Mr. J. B. Cash 217 Midland Terrace 

Durham, N. C. 

Rose of Sharon Mr. WiUiam Garrard 3240 Rose of Sharon Road 

Durham, N. C. 27712 
Rev. Premento Chisenhall 3126 Rose of Sharon Road 

Durham. N. C. 27712 
Temple Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Kerley, Jr. 2808 Sparger Road 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
Trinity Miss Bessie Mann 2021 So-Hi Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. Daisy Williams 2220 Glover Road 

Durham, N. C. 27703 

University None listed 

Watts Street Mr. Fred J. Herndon Box 154, Herndon Road 

Durham, N. C. 27707 
Mr. P. B. Cole, Jr. 2122 Overland Drive 

Durham, N. C. 27704 

Westwood Mr. Walter Eakes 1210 Caroline Avenue 

Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mr. W. J. Peters 607 Candlewood Place 

Durham, N. C. 27704 

Yates None listed 

REPORT OF THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE 

The Nominations Committee wishes to place the following in nomination for 
officers of our Association: 

Moderator Rev. JuHan Motley, 3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 688-3947 

Vice Moderator Talmadge H. Lassiter, 3749 Hermine St., Durham 27705477-4230 

Clerk John M. Deeds, 1804 Glendale Ave., Durham 27701 682-6069 

Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 

Auditor Frank D. Nelson, 447 Continental Dr., Durham 27712 383-7137 

ParHamentarian .... Bruce C. Little, 3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 596-7750 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Darlene Harrill, Chm. 



REPORT OF THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers for the 
annual associational meetings of 1979: 



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Host Churches 

Monday evening, October 29 Angier Avenue Baptist Church 

2026 Angier Avenue 

Tuesday morning, October 30 (with lunch) Park View Baptist Church 

2500 Acadia Street 
(Lunch provided' by churches in Group IV) 

Tuesday evening, October 30 Page Road Baptist Church 

Route 4, Page Road 

Annual Sermon 

Reverend Russell Wimmer, pastor, Immanuel Baptist Church 
Reverend Norman Gossett, pastor, Edgeraont Baptist Church 

Respectfully submitted, 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Chm. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

General Director Johnny E. Ross, Rt. 7, Box 38, Chapel Hill 27514 933-6872 

Adult Directors . Rev. Norman Gardner, 2203 So Hi Dr., Durham 27703 596-6508 
Rev. J. Harold Craig, 926 Ferncrest Drive 27705 471-4688 
Mrs. Johnny E. Ross, Rt. 7, Box 38, Chapel Hill 27514 933-6872 
Youth Director Miss Dubba Kay Hughes, 2819 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 489-2309 
Children's Directors ... Mrs. J. E. O'Briant, 2017 Eastwood Dr., 27703 596-5236 
Mrs. Janet Whitaker, P. O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 929-9626 

Preschool Director Rev. Dwaine Coley, 325 Deerfield Ave. 27712 471-2040 

VBS Director Rev. KermitGray, Rt. 6, Box 323, Durham 27703 596-9103 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director H. Brevard Brown, 122 Argonne Drive 27704 471-3712 

Adult Director J. T. Craig, 400 Green Street 27701 688-0635 

Youth Director . Rev. Steve Paschall, Rt. 1, Box 267-A, Durham 27705 383-4545 
Children's Director . . . Mrs. Lawrence Green, 3537 Gibson Road 27703 596-8092 
Preschool Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Director Mrs. Bryce B. Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive 27705 383-3197 

Asst. Director Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road 27703 596-7232 

Secretary /Treas ... Mrs. Steve L. Matheson, 5524 Ventura Ave. 27712 471-3320 
Program Director Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville 544-7014 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Vernon Early, 4001 Chapel Hill Rd. 27707 489-7902 

Historian Mrs. B. R. O'Briant, 1912 So Hi Drive 27703 596-4644 

Baptist Women Director 

Mrs. W. S. Kyle, 104 Cedar St., Chapel Hill 27514 942-1032 

Asst. BW Dir Mrs. E. E. Robertson, 1505 Blount St. 27707 489-1521 

BYW Director Mrs. Merle Edmonds, 716 Lynn Road 27703 596-5278 

Asst. BYW Dir. . Mrs. Kenneth Tew, Rt. 4, Box 484-B, Durham 27703 596-5994 

Acteens Director Mrs. Gary Bennett, 1301-C Leon Street 27705 471-1892 

Asst. Acteens Director 

Miss Kathy Clark 132 Pleasant Drive Ext. 27703 596-5255 
Girls In Action Director . Mrs. Gary Rigsbee, 3132 Dixon Road 27707 489-7636 

Asst. GA Dir 

Mission Friends Director 

Mrs. Thomas Fletcher, Rt. 6, Box 543-K, Durham 27703 596-1020 



Asst. MF Dir. . . Ms. Joann Sherron, Rt. 4, Box 371-C-2, Durham 27703 596-4039 

Group I Leader 

Group II Leader . Mrs. John A. Oldham, Rt. 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 942-5305 

Group III Leader Mrs. W. D. Hudson, 808 Lindley Drive 27703 596-3875 

Group IV Leader Mrs. J. C. Jester, 1824 Jester Road 27713 544-1813 

Chorister Mrs. Carlton O. Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive 27705 383-2208 

Pianist Mrs. Phillip Hartung, 228 Landsbury Drive 27707 489-3809 



Preacher 
Alternate 

Respectfully 



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MUSIC COUNCIL 

E. Hugh O'Shields, Director 

Bethesda Church, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 596-2441 



Wiley Oakley Ray Alderson 

Dennis Grass Larry Dickens 

Zetty Bell Harold Craig 

Janet Whitaker Susan Mabie 

Each member of the council will serve as an area chairman. The area assignments 
are as follows: 

Area I 

Wiley Oakley, Ridgecrest, 116 Massey Road 27712 (ch) 477-5426 

A. M. Hall, Jr., Red Mountain, Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 477-3774 

Mrs. Lenny W. Weaver, Fieldcrest, 3607 Wishart Street 27704 682-4083 

Mrs. David Oakley, Plainview, 4214-A S. Alston Ave., 27713 544-3847 

Michael Bennett, Faith, 4624 Jimmy Rogers Rd., 27703 688-8400 

Area II 

Dennis Grass, Braggtown, Box 15022, Durham 27704 (ch) 477-6440 

WilHam J. Graham, Park View, 1419 Hudson Street 27704 477-2957 

Ms. Jeannette Peeler, Grace, 122 Wicklow Lane 27713 544-3241 

Mel T. Luther, First, 414 Cleveland Street 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

David Phipps, Edgemont, 1408 Shawnee Street 27701 688-2145 

Area III 

Mrs. Susan Mabie, Ebenezer, P. O. Box 3033, Chapel Hill 27514 967-2867 

Phillip Whitt,Guess Road, 3102 Guess Road 27705 (ch)477-4893 

Miss Rose Pleasant, Rose of Sharon, P. O. Box 2161 (SEBTS) 556-9982 

Area IV 

Mrs. Janet Whitaker, Carrboro, Box 156, Carrboro 27510 (ch) 967-3056 

Mrs. Betsy Taylor, University, 422 Ridgefield Rd., 967-7697 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. J. F. Merritt, Mt. Carmel, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 . . 942-5214 

Gary Oakley, Lystra, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 933-6610 

Mrs. Bill Kilpatrick, Mt. Gilead, Rt. 7, Box 30, Chapel Hill 27514 929-6535 

Mrs. Ned Mathews, Cressset, 3707 Garrett Road 27707 (ch) 489-2655 

Area V 

Hugh O'Shields, Bethesda, 1914 S. Miami Blvd (ch) 596-2441 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, Durham Memorial, 1910 Essex Road 27704 688-4064 

Donald M. Foust,Cheek Heights, 1214 Horseshoe Road 27703 596-8379 

Joseph H. McGugan, Holloway Street, 2531 Fairlawn Road 27705 477-6327 

John T. Laverty, Angier Avenue, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Norman Stallings, Olive Branch, 2515 Rolling Pines Road 27703 596-7433 

Area VI 

Larry Dickens, Yates, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

Rick McDuffie, Hope Valley, 6900 Garrett Road 27707 (ch) 493-1809 

Jeff Rogers, Ephesus, Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 489-1951 

Bruce J. Benton, Lakewood, 5523 Garrett Road 489-4910 

Ms. Beth R. Hunnicutt, Mt. Pisgah, 995 St. Mary's Street 832-4549 

Raleigh, N. C. 27605 

Mrs. Eustace Horton, Bells, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 362-6709 

Area VII 

Harold Craig, Temple, 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

John Daugherty, Parkwood, 2824-B, Barmettler 833-3731 

Raleigh, N. C. 27607 

Roy Melton. Lowe's Grove.4430 S. Alston Avenue (ch) 544-1888 

Mrs. Mack Vickers, Berea, Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham 27713 544-1464 

Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Mt. Moriah, Rt. 7, Box 186, Durham 27707 .... 489-5853 



Area VIII 

Mrs. David W. Bell, Immanuel, 1822 Northgate Street 27704 477-5134 

John Mayfield, ^/Vfestwood, 311 S. LaSalle St., Apt 15-5 27705 383-4519 

Perry Norris, Grey Stone, 1101 Iredell Street 27705 286-1120 

Mrs. C. O. Couch, Mt. Hermon, 4813 West Hills Drive 27765 383-2208 

E. Kenneth Harrell, Street, Box 3057, Durham 27705 (ch) 688-1366 

Area IX 

Ray Alderson, Calvary, 6002 Baird 27705 477-9071 

R. J. Shropshire, Bethesda, 1914 S. Miami Blvd. 27703 (ch) 596-2441 

Rex Lominac, Trinity,928 Danbury Drive 27703 (ch) 596-2441 

Mrs. Don Mitchell, Page Road, 1902 Bethesda Avenue 27703 596-4618 



CHURCH MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY OFFICERS 

President . . . Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 347-A, Bahama 27503 447-4521 

Vice President Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Road 27712 477-2987 

Media Educ. Dir Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami Blvd. 27703 682-7824 

Technical Processes Mrs. Ralph Clements, P.O.Box 135, Bahama 27503 477-3484 
Consultant 

Program Chairman . . Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree, 205 Midland Road 27712 477-4660 

Secretary Mrs. Robert Middour, 12 S. Circle Drive 929-9040 

Chapel Hill 27514 

BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

J. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 544-7014 
Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive 27705 383-3197 
Jim Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road Durham 27713 544-2314 
Larry Bales, 709 Crosby Drive Durham 27704 471-2305 
Sterling Holloway, 1826 Chandellay Drive 27705 477-4331 
Bonnie Meeks, 2314 Overland Drive 27704 688-7189 
Don Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Avenue 27703 596-4618 

1978-79 COMMITTEES 



Annual Meeting 

(80) Rev. Jack Mansfield, chm., Box 156, Carrboro 27510 (ch) 967-3056 

(79) Rev. Gerald Goodwin 2703 Holloway Street 27703 (ch) 596-7350 

(81) Rev. James West, 1204 Lynn Road 27703 (ch) 596-2592 

Calendar 

(79) Mrs. Betty Mae Dickey, chm., 2009 WaWa Avenue 27707 489-3746 

(80) Mrs. Vernon Weaver, 3009 Shannon Road 27707 489-3925 

(81) Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 544-7014 

Camp 

(79) George C. Love, chm., P. O. Box 1355, Durham 27702 682-1879 

(79) John Dilday, 305 Monticello Avenue 27707 489-0696 

(79) Buddy Lynam, 1712 Bedford Street 27707 489-9423 

(80) Tommy Lamm, 5025 Raintree Road 27712 383-5204 

(81) Rev. Richard Davis, 2500 Acadia Street 27704 (ch) 477-7497 

(81) J. E. Booth, Route 3, Box 240 27713 544-2247 

(81 ) A. B. Stone. Jr., 2700 Bexley Avenue, Durham 27707 489-6433 

(81) George W. Ray, Director, Route 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 596-7304 

Community Ministries 

(81) W. W. Sprouse, chm., 504 Fairfield Road 27704 477-2916 

(79) Mrs. Mike Chappell, co-chm., 1515 Bramble Drive 27712 477-4306 

(79) Mrs. Leon E. Driver, Route 4, Box 43, Durham 27703 544-2474 

(79) Rev. Norman Gossett, 1003 E. Mam Street 27701 (ch) 682-3251 

(80) Burke Hobgood, 207 W. Murray Avenue 27704 477-6862 

(80) Bruce Little, 3707 Esther Drive 27703 596-7750 



Director .... 
R.A. Director: 



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(80) Rev. Elmo M. Whitaker, 1706 Avondale Drive, Durham 27701 688-2048 

(81) Mrs. George Atwater, Route 3, Box 277 Durham 27713 544-1416 

(81) Stephen Booth, 603 Brookwood Drive 27707 489-8648 

Constitution 

(79) Rev. J. A. Fogleman, chm., 3639 S. Alston Avenue 27713 544-3471 

(80) Mrs. Helen Cash, 2614 Kirk Road 27705 477-4453 

(81) Ike Breedlove, Jr., 3224 Samoa Court 27705 383-2641 

Deacons 

(79) Cecil G. Vaughan, chm., 2522 Holloway Street 27703 596-7255 

(79) Mrs. W. M. Long, 3517 East Oak Drive 27712 383-4482 

(80) Mrs. Royce Jeffries, 3704 Hermine Street 27705 477-2332 

(80) John Lloyd, 4909 Heritage Drive 27712 477-5975 

(81) Rev. John Carlton, P. O. Box 1027, Wake Forest 27587 

Evangelism 

(80) Rev. Julius Lee, chm., 4109 Guess Road 27712 (ch) 477-3993 

(79) J. D. Lee, 3546 Cheek Road 27704 688-2448 

(80) Thomas C. King, 520 Bywood Drive 27712 477-6936 

(81) Rev. Jimmy Nickelston, Route 7, Box 287 27707 (ch) 4894483 

(81) Rev. Carl Garner, 116 Massey Road 27712 (ch) 477-5426 

Finance 

(79) C. B. Tart, Jr., chm., 5517 Ventura Drive 27712 471-4384 

(79) Mrs. Rollin S. Burhans, Route 8, Box 399, Durham 27712 477-5170 

(80) Gerald D. McLeroy, 737 Donlee Drive 27705 477-4785 

(80) Wade Green, 447 Princess Ann Drive 27703 596-2385 

(81) Don Christian, P. O. Box 11025, Durham 27703 596-6862 

(81) Doyle Griffin, 4700 Rivermont Road 27712 383-5016 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin, Treas., Route 2, Chapel Hill 27514 383-4244 

Future Development 

(79) Billy Garrett, chm., 2304 Barrymore Avenue 27705 477-3058 

(79) WilHam G. Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Road 27705 383-2925 

(79) Floyd Fletcher, 26 Staley Place 27705 383-2052 

(80) Vance Fisher, P. O. Box 11068, Durham 27703 596-6160 

(80) Doug Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Road 27703 596-2055 

Inter- Faith ^^tness 

(79) Rev. Aubrey Jones, chm., 1415 Holloway Street 27703 (ch) 688-4711 

(79) Mrs. W. M. Upchurch, Jr., 1913 Glendale Avenue 27701 682-4955 

(80) Rev. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street 27701 682-7154 

(80) Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296, Durham 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

(81) Mrs. E. E. Robertson, 1505 Blount Street 27707 489-1521 

Missions 

(80) Billy B. Sparrow, chm., 100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 942-40t5 

(79) E. Spurgeon Booth, 416 Monticello Avenue 27707 489-9881 

(79) Mrs. Crate Jones, 1515 Liberty Street 27703 682-5363 

(79) A. Newton King, Jr , 1410 Vickers Avenue 27707 489-1859 

(81) Rev. Anthony Oakley, Route 4, Box 327 27703 (ch) 596-3968 

(81) Dr. Thomas Downing, Jr., P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 . (ch) 942-2157 

(81) Jack Moody, Route 4, Box 474, Hillsborough 27278 732-3355 

Nominations 

(79) Mrs. W. B. Harrill, chm., 420 Idlewood Street 27703 596-3031 

(79) Mrs. Philip M. Ward, 120 W. Woodridge Drive 27707 489-0664 

(79) Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Route 2, Box 422-A, Durham 27705 (ch) 383-6668 

(80) Travis Clements, 3205 Sprunt Street 27705 383-1218 

(80) Rev. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road 27707 (ch)493-1809 

(81) Alan Rigsbee, 4813 Heritage Drive 27705 471-2467 

(81) Mrs. D. Timothy Jones, 521 Parkview Drive 27712 477-6341 



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Ordinations 

(79) Rev. Russell Wimmer, chm., 3537 Hillsborough Road 27705 . (ch) 596-8907 

(80) Rev. Ned Mathews, 3707 Garrett Road 27707 (ch)489-2655 

(80) Rev. David G Moore, 1515 Clermont Road 27713 (ch)544-1347 

(81) Rev. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 (ch) 489-2309 

(81) Rev. Don Brown, Route 1, Box 229, Morrisville 275^0 544-1824 

Place and Preacher 

(79) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, chm.. Route 3, Box 154 27713 544-1859 

(80) J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frazier Street 27704 477-4617 

(81 ) Dr. Robert M. Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388 27705 383-2982 

SINGLES 30-50 OFFICERS 

President, Millard Page, P. O. Box 11387, Durham 27703 682-8107 

Vice President, Mrs. Ida A. Morgan, 5623 Bonnie Drive 27704 477-6715 

and Program Chairman 
Secretary & Treasurer, Ms. Laura Tilley, 2009 Washington Street 27701 477-1297 
Outreach Chairperson, Mrs. Bernice Eubanks, 3115 Dixon Road 27707 489-0302 

SINGLES OVER 50 OFFICERS 

President, Mrs. Mary King, 4140 S. Alston Ave. 27713 544-3874 

Secretary & Treasurer 

Mrs. Gertrude WilHams, 4218 S. Alston Ave 27713 544-3326 

Program Chm., Mrs. Patty Maulden, 2412 Englewood Ave. 27705 286-9526 

SENIOR CITIZENS OFFICERS 

President, Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, 3305 Dixon Road 27707 489-3509 

First Vice President, Mrs. J. W. Dixon, 1015 Park Avenue 27701 688-6105 

Second Vice President, Mr. Robert Goodwin, 1810 Bethesda Ave. 27703 596-3366 
& Program Chm., 

Secretary, Mrs. R. T. Strange, 2807 E. Geer Street 27704 688-6088 

Treasurer, Mrs. L. L. Husketh, 3849 Shoccorree Drive 27705 383-4633 

Radio and TV 

(79) John Ryder, chm., 2105 Adventure Trail 27703 544-1859 

(80) WiUiam R. Murray, Jr., 2132 Sprunt Street 27705 286-1389 

(81) Freeman Beard, Route 8, Box 302 27704 477-1606 

Resolutions 

(79) Mrs. John A. Freeman, chm., 1436 Acadia Street 27701 682-7154 

(80) Mrs. S. E. Dennis, Box 2743, Durham 27705 383-1117 

(81) Mrs. A. Clyde Ferrell, Box 77, Durham 27702 383-1333 

Student Work 

(80) Rev. Steve Paschall, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 (ch) 688-7397 

(79) Mrs. Milton Whitfield, 425 Valley Drove 27704 477-4207 

(79) Doyle G. Graham, 816 Watts Street 27701 682-0896 

(79) Rev. Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 . . (ch) 942-2157 

(81 ) Gary McKinna, 3707 Garrett Road 27705 (ch) 489-2655 

(81) Keith Taylor, Route 1, Box 117X, Bahama 27503 471-1322 

(81) Mrs. Richard Beard, 2011 Woodrow Street 27705 . . 286-9284 
Ex. ORev. F. Joseph Clontz (UNC), 203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 942-4266 

Ex. OMrs. Velma Ferrell (Duke), Box 4351 DS, Durham 27706 286-4513 

Trustees 

(79) John H. Clayton, chm., 1208 Evans Drive 27705 .... 489-9514 

(80) W. J. Peters, 607 Candlewood Place 27704 . . 471-2398 

(81) Gary Cole, 3215 Cromwell Road 27705 489-2762 

Youth Advisory 

(79) Mark Harper, chm.. Box 1022, Durham 27704 (ch) 477-6440 

(79) Harold Burton, Route 7, Box 169 27707 . irh) dRQ ■^d9^ 

(80) Phil Whitt, 3102 Guess Road 27705 . . Jch) 477.4893 



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(80) Alan Moore, Koute 7, Box 287, Durham 27YU7 (ch) 489-4483 

(80) Dwaine Coley, 1004 N. Mangum Street 27701 (ch) 688-6765 

(81) Rick McDuffie, 6900 Garrett Road 27707 (ch) 493-1809 

(81) Miss Bonnie Doughtie, 2703 Hoiloway Street 27703 (ch) 596-7350 

ASSOCIATION STATE AND CONVENTION 

JANUARY JANUARY 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 12-13 Brotherhood Home Mission 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Training-Caraway 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 26-27 Lay Witness Annual Meeting- 

28 29 30 31 Caraway 

29-30 Youth Ministry Fellowship- 
Caraway 

1 Ministers' Wives Conference FEBRUARY 
6 Singles over 50 

8 WMU Home Mission Graded 

Series Institute at Yates-( Snow „ ,. ^ r 

5-6 Evangelism Conierence. 

^^^^^ ' \ ^ , Cumberland County Auditor- 

9 Mmisters Conference • it -u 

^ lum, Fayetteville 

13 Smgles 30-o0 Conference on Women and Evan- 

14-21 Hostel Smgers gehsm-Caraway 

16-18 Semmary Extension Centers ^^^^ WMU Focus Week 
start at Durham Memorial and 



Yates Churches 



19 Regional Church Training Inter- 

„ . , , , pretation Conference, First 

.^fi'.Vf'^ y n Church, Raleigh 

22 WMU Council including all ^3-24 State Adult Choir Festivals 
Church Directors at Temple 
Church 



29-30 Music School 



23-25 Baptist Men's Retreat-Caraway 
MARCH 



2-3 State Youth Choir Festival, 
FEBRUARY Calvary Church, 

Winston-Salem 
4-11 Week of Prayer for Home 
Missions 

6 Area-wide Metropolitan Missions 

Conference, Crabtree Church 
Raleigh 

9-10 Big A Club Workshop, Mundo 
Vista 

o o- 1 rn 11-17 Youth Week 

3 Singles over 50 

5 Ministers' Wives Conference ^^'^'^ ^^U Annual Session, Memorial 

8 Senior Adults Auditorium, Raleigh 

Singles 30-50 IQ-l^ Engaged Couples' Retreat, 











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Associational Board ^^'^^ ^^^te Pioneer RA Congress 



10 

11-17 

13 

L3 Ministers' Conference 1'^ Associational Youth Night-SBC 

17 RA Missions Fair (Pioneers, Cru- Emphasis 

saders) Weekday Early Education Work- 

18-21 Home Missions Graded Series shop, Winston-Salem 

27 Sunday School Central Training Sunday School All-age Bold 

School (Reaching Books) Growing Clinic, 

Burlington-Graham 

30-31 RA Campcraft Training-Old 

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ASSOCIATION 



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1- 3 School of Evangelism-Temple 

2- 3 TACMO Workshop-Braggtown 
3 Singles over 50 

4-11 Week of Prayer for Home Mis- 
sions 

5 Ministers' Wives Conference 

10 Singles 30-50 

12 Mission Friends' Coffee 

13 Deacon Inspiration 
13 Ministers' Conference 

23 Baptist Women's Pastor Appreci- 
ation Day 

30-31 Youth EvangeHsm Rally 



APRIL 



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2 Ministers' Wives Conference 

3 Church Training Banquet-First 

Church 

7 Associational RA Track Meet 

(Rain date-28) 
7 Singles over 50 

10 Ministers' Conference 

14 Singles 30-50 

15 Easter 

24 WMU Annual Meeting-Yates 
Church 

30- 

May 1 VBS Clinic (Mon. night 7-9; Tues. 
a. m., 9:30 - 11:30) 



MAY 

1 2 3 4 5 
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 



Caraway 

31 Baptist Women's Houseparty 
(ages 30-45) 

APRIL 

6-7 Church Media Center/Library 
Conference, Charlotte 

6-7 Seminar on Women and Money, 
Caraway 

8 Palm Sunday 

9 Research Missions Group, 

Durham 

9-10 Regional Directors' Planning 
Meeting, Caraway (Church 
Music) 

11-12 Associational Sunday School 
Officers Development, 
Caraway 

13 Good Friday 

13-14 American Campcraft Workshop, 

Caraway 
15 Easter 

16-17 N. C. Baptist Religious 

Education Association, Cara- 
way 

16-20 Baptist Doctrine Week 
20-21 Weekend RA Camp (grades 4-6), 
Caraway 

20-22 Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest 
21 Baptist Men's World Day of 
Prayer 

21 Regional Children's Choir Festi- 
vals, First Church, Kernersville 

23-25 N. C. Baptist Music Conference, 
Caraway 

25-26 Senior Adult Conference, 
Gastonia 

27-28 Weekend RA Camp (grades 1-3), 

Caraway 
27-28 Youth Convention 

MAY 

4-5 Baptist Young Women's Retreat, 

Mundo Vista 
4-5 Interfaith Witness Conference, 

Caraway 

4-6 RA Counselors' Backpacking 
Weekend 

5 Affirming the Family Rally- 

Greensboro Coliseum, Greens- 
boro ^ 



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ASSOCIATION 



STATE AND CONVENTION 



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5 Acteens and GA's Track Meet 

(Rain date-26) 

5 Singles over 50 

5 TACMO at Park View 

7 Ministers' Wives Conference 

10 Senior Adults 

12 Singles 30-50 

15 Ministers' Conference 

15 Associational Board 

21 BYW Style Show 

29 Associational Annual Brother- 
hood Planning Meeting 



11-12 Couples' Retreat, Caraway 
11-12 GA/Mission Friends Leaders' Re- 
treat, Mundo Vista 
13 Mothers' Day 
14-16 Statewide Associational Deacon 
Consultant Key Leadership 
Training, Ridgecrest 
L7-18 State-wide "Understanding 

Youth" Seminar, First Church, 
Raleigh 
18-19 State RA Track Meet 
18-19 BW Retreat-Mundo Vista 
20-26 Week of Prayer for Associational 
Missions 

25-26 State Correctional Ministers' 
Conference-Caraway 



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2 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible 
Drill and Youth Speakers' 
Tournaments, First Church, 
Asheboro 

9 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible 

Drill and Youth Speakers' 

2 Singles over 50 Tournament, Caswell 

4 Pastor-Sunday School Director 1 1 WMU Annual Meeting, Houston, 

Workshop (Supper?) 

A T)irA,fTT A/r- • o 4- 12-14 SBC, Houston, Texas 

4 WMU Missions Banquet-Grey t-. . 

^ 17 Father s Day 

Stone 25-29 National Acteens Convention — 

4 Mimsters Wives Conference ^^^^^^ City, Mo. 

9 Singles 30-50 

12 Ministers' Conference 

JULY 



JULY 



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2-6 Week of Christian Study and Fel- 
lowship, Mars Hill College 

10, 12 National Pioneer RA Congress 
(Opryland — Nashville, TN) 
(RA Christian High Adventure 
Trips — ages 131/2 up) 



2 Ministers' Wives Conference 

7 Singles over 50 

10 Associational Board (tentative) 

10 Ministers' Conference 

14 Singles 30-50 

28-29 Midsummer Spiritual Renewal 



AUGUST 

4-10 WMU Conference-Ridgecrest 
6-1 1 Life and Career Directions Work- 
shop, Caraway 
13-15 Happiness Retreat, Caswell 
(Church Training) 

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ASSOCIATION 



STATE AND CONVENTION 



AUGUST 









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4 TACMO Meeting 

4 Singles over 50 

6 Ministers' Wives Conference 

9 Senior Adults 

11 Singles 30-50 

13 Associational WMU Planning 

Night 

14 Ministers' Conference 



SEPTEMBER 

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17 Statewide Youth EvangeHsm 

Night, Greensboro Coliseum, 
Greensboro 

24-25 Associ'ational WMU Officers 
Workshop, Ridgecrest 

24-25 Lay Witness Training Session- 
Caraway 

31 Associational WMU Officers 
Workshop, Mundo Vista (?) 

SEPTEMBER 



3 Labor Day 

7, 8 Brotherhood Leadership Training 

— Caraway 
14,15 Volunteer Music Directors' 

Retreats 

16 N. C. Missions Offering Sunday 
16 Brotherhood Retreat — Caraway 
17, 18 Literacy Workshop, Raleigh 
17-19 Multi-vention, Caraway (Church 
Training) 

21-23 Business & Professional Men's Re- 
treat, Caraway 

25-26 North-South Track Meet ( Brother- 
hood) 



I Singles over 50 

3 Ministers' Wives Conference 

4 Associational Board (tentative) 
8 Singles 30-50 

II Sunday School Leadership Train- 

ing 

11 Ministers' Conference 

16 State Missions Offering Day 

17 Children's Choir Clinic 

18 WMU Leadership Conference- 

Trinity Church 
18 Associational Brotherhood Train- 
ing 

29 GA Happening 



OCTOBER 





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OCTOBER 



5-6 BYW Convention-Ridgecrest 
5-6 Older Crusader Camp-Caraway 
8-9 Sunday School Bold Growth 

Campaign, Durham 
12-13 Younger Crusaders' Camp- 
Caraway 

12-13 Statewide Deacons' Retreat-Cara 

way 

14 Biblical Recorder Day 

19-21 Career & Professional Women's 
Retreat, Ridgecrest 

19-20 Senior Men's Retreat/Overseas 
Mission Retreat, Caraway 

26-27 Pioneer RA Officers' Workshop- 
Caraway 

26-27 BYW Convention, Ridgecrest 

NOVEMBER 

1 Research Missions Groups, 

Raleigh 

2-3 Training for Associational Ac- 



ASSOCIATION 



STATE AND CONVENTION 



6 Singles over 50 

8 Bold Growing Clinic-Grey Stone 

(Day Session) 

9 Bold Growing Clinics-In Individ- 

ual churches (Night sessions) 
9 Ministers' Conference 

13 Singles 30-50 
13 Associational Tcaiduts Town- 

Acteens' Happening 
16 Associational Board 
20 RA Crusader Car Competition 
29-30 Annual Meeting 



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3 Singles over 50 

4-11 Royal Ambassador Week 

5 Ministers' Wives Conference 

6 Workshop for Deacons (tenta- 

tive 

8 Senior Adults 

10 Singles 30-50 

10 Associational RA Focus Night 

13 Ministers' Conference 

18-21 Foreign Missions Graded Series 



teens Officers-Mundo Vista 
2-3 Statewide Chairmen of Deacons/- 
Pastors Conference, First 
Church, Greensboro 
4-11 Royal Ambassador Week 
5 Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 

10-11 N. C. Baptist Men's Convention 
12-14 Baptist State Convention, Win- 
ston-Salem 
16-17 Crusader RA Congress 
16-17 Training for Associational Ac- 
teens Officers-Mundo Vista 
22 Thanksgiving 
26 "M" Night 



DECEMBER 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Foreign 

Missions 
25 Christmas Day 
30 Student Night at Christmas 
30 Winter Youth Celebration-Ridge- 

crest 



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1 Annual Prayer Retreat for Mini- 

sters' Conference Personnel 
(tentative) 

I Singles over 50 
8 Singles 30-50 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions 

3 Ministers' Wives Conference 

II Ministers' Conference 
25 Christmas Day 



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ENROLLMENT OF MESSENGERS 



Angier Avenue: Mrs. A. B. Carson, Mrs. Vance Fisher, Mr. L. L. Husketh, Mrs. 
L. L. Husketh, Mrs. Crate Jones, Mr. John T. Laverty, Mrs. John T. Laverty, Miss 
Carrie Riddle, Mr. Claiborne Ross, Mrs. Bobby Taylor, Mr. Paul Watkins, Miss 
Ephna Watts. 

Bells; Mr. Robert Hunt, Mrs. Ruby Hunt. 

Berea: Mr. Mack T. Vickers, Jr. 

Beihesda: Mr. D. R. Booth, Mr. E. B. Britt, Mrs. J. C. Colclough, Mr. WiUiam 
Farrell, Mrs. William Farrell, Mr. Robert Goodwin, Mrs. Robert Goodwin, Mr. B. 
C. Little, Mrs. H. Martin, Mrs. J. McCarson, Mrs. V. Parnell, Mr. Lunsford Will- 
iams. 

Brag^own: Mr. Ralph Cooke, Mrs. Ralph Cooke, Rev. Dennis Grass, Frank D. 
Nelson, Mrs. Ed Stone. 

Calvary: Mr. Everette Boone, Mrs. Dorothy Christian, Mrs. Emma Daniel, Mr. 
James Hutchins, Mrs. Emma Proctor, Mrs. Patsy Tew, Mr. Coy Watson, Mrs. 
Alice Watson. 

Carrboro: Mrs. Josie Perry, Mr. Bernard Riggins, Mrs. Virginia Riggins, Mr. 
Johnny Ross, Mrs. Phillip Whitaker. 

Cedar Fork: Mr. Bill Beasley, Ms. Naomi Morse, Ms. Gladys Page, Ms. Carolyn 
Ward. 

Cheek Heights: Mrs. Shirley Chappell, Mrs. Nettie Lasater, Mrs. Mary Lesper- 
ance, Mrs. Louise Pate, Mr. C. H. Shelton. 

Durham Memorial: Mr. Exie Andrews, Ms. Bonnie Doughtie, Mr. R. T. Foushee, 
Mr. W. Lawrence Green, Mr. Crawford Hart, Mr. Charles C. Johnson, Ms. Barbara 
Jean Howerton, Mr. Otis A. Lee, Ms. Shirley Shelburne, Ms. Giner B. Stanhope, 
Mr. Cecil Vaughan, Mr. Roy M. Watson. 

Ebenezer: Mr. Bud Parrish, Mr. Brunell Moody, Mr. Jack L. Moody, Mr. Phil 
Parrish, Mr. Ray Wilkins. 

Edgemont: Mr. B. F. Denning, Mr. Earl Echols, Ms. Pauline Evans, Mr. S. 
Wiley Evans, Mr. G. E. McCorkle, Mr. Wayne Oakley, Mrs. T. C. Richards, Mrs. 
Sidney Webster. 

Ephesus: Mrs. Lucile Capps, Mrs. B. W. Clark, Mr. Eustace Elliott, Mrs. Pauline 
Elliott, Mr. J. P. Riggsbee, Mrs. J. P. Riggsbee. 

Faith: Mr. T. J. Campbell, Mr. James D. Lee, Ms. Joyce L. Lee, Ms. Ruth Moore, 
Mr. Lewis Murphy. 

Fieldcrest: Mr. Thomas C. Ellis, Ms. Kaye Lynch, Ms. Fannie Norris, Ms. 
Catherine Weaver. 

First: Rev. T. T. Ashley, Mr. John H. Clayton, Mrs. John H. Clayton, Mr. John 
M. Deeds, Mrs. John M. Deeds, Mrs. Ernest Greene, Mrs. D. R. Garrett, Mrs. 
Charles C. Harris, Mrs. Pauline Lyon, Mr. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., Mrs. Claude Williams. 

Gorman: Mr. R. E. Broughton, Mrs. Caureal Broughton, Mr. John Garden, Mr. 
W. C. Clark, Sr., Ms. Irene Emory, Ms. Cindy Gann, Mr. Julius Goss, Mrs. Myrtle 
Mangum, Mrs. Jane Motley, E. Hugh O'Shields, Ms. Blanche Thornton, Mr. Bob 
Thornton. 

Grace: Rev. Henry B. Anderson, Mrs. F. O. Barbee, Mrs. G. M. Barbee, Mr. 
George Love, Mrs. George Love, Mrs. C. S. Dhue, Mrs. George Own, Mr. George 
Owen, Mrs. Craig Adams, Miss Hazel Hare, Mr. T. O. Perry, Mrs. T. O. Perry. 

Grey Stone: Mrs. Lessie Agner, Mrs. Blanche Blake, Rev. W. T. Brogden, Mrs. 
S. E. Dennis, Mr. J. Wallace Fowler, Mrs. Sue Freeman, Mrs. J. E. Strawbridge, 
Mr. Carl Wallace. 

Guess Goad: Mr. E. B. Goehring, Mrs. E. B. Goehring, Ms. Katie Hunt. 

Holloway Street: Mr. Gary Andersen, Mrs. Wade Beck, Mr. Charlie Council, 
Mrs. Charlie Council, Mrs. J. W. Dixon, Mrs. Glenn Eagle, Mr. C. P. Fogleman, 
Mrs. C. P. Fogleman, Mr. A. R. Gardner, Mrs. A. R. Gardner, Mrs. W. B. Harrill, 
Mrs. Aubrey Jones. 

Homestead Heights: Mrs. E. F. Dollar, Sr., Mr. Ray Rogers, Mr. W. Wilson 
Sprouse, Mrs. J. W. Warren, Jr., Mrs. Mary Whaley. 



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Hope Valley: Mr. Ralph Lewter, Ms. Nell S. Murphy. 

Immanuel: Mr. Vernon Griffin, Mr. Wallace Long, Mr. B. E. Suggs, Mrs. B. E. 
Suggs. 

Lakewood: Ms. Bessie Copley, Mr. I. Fred Crabtree, Mrs. E. Fred Crabtree, Mrs. 
J. Cecil Howard, Ms. Rachel B. Partin, Mr. Stewart Rigsbee, Mrs. Stewart RigsDee, 
Mrs. Everette J. Smith. 

Lowe's Grove: Mr. Leon E. Driver, Mrs. Lyda H. Driver, Mr. Robert E. Hurst, 
Mrs. Robert E. Hurst, Ms. Ruth T. Randolph, Ms. Agnes Rich, Ms. Florence B. 
Spencer, Ms. Carol Underwood. 

Lystra: Mr. Tom Bland, Mrs. Ruby Hutchins, Mr. John A. Oldham, Mrs. John 
A. Oldham, Mrs. Jessie Romeyn. 

Mount Carmel: Mrs. Mildred Blackwood, Mr. R. L. Blackwood, Mrs. R. L. 
Blackwood, Sr., Ms. Carlene McNease, Mrs. E. G. Merritt, Mrs. S. T. Noell, Sr., 
Mr. S. T. Noell, Sr. 

Mount Gilead: Ms. Kaye B. Clark, Ms. Blanche Hearne, Mrs. Roy Morris, Mr. J. 
R. Royal, Ms. Eleanor Royal, Ms. Aline Tripp. 

Mount Hermon: Mr. Art Collins, Mrs. Mary Ellen Godwin, Mrs. Zella Harris, 
Mrs. Mamie Walsh, Rev. Aubrey Quakenbush. 

Mount Moriah: Ms. Betty Gooch, Mr. Bobbj'^ Gooch. 

Mount Pisgah: Mr. J. E. Booth, Ms. Swannie Booth, Ms. Rachel W. Churchill, 
Ms. Fallie Farrell, Mrs. Rufus Horton, Sr., Mrs. Mary Jenkins, Ms. Elizabeth S. 
Woods. 

Olive Branch: Mrs. Ila Currin, Mrs. Hazel N. Gardner, Mr. Hugh L. Nichols, Mr. 
George W. Ray, Mrs. George W. Ray. 

Page Road: Mr. Daniel R. McGee, Mrs. Flora B. McGee, Mrs. Joan Mitchell, Mr. 
O. C. Mitchell. 

Parkwood: Mrs. Shirley Barbee, Mrs. Owanna Goodwin, Mrs. Emily B. Hodges, 
Mrs. Naomi Moore, Ms. Anne Telford, Mrs. Ledonia Wthington, Mrs. Gladys 
Wheeler. 

Plainview: Ms. Liz Floyd, Mrs. Otha Goss, Mrs. Arthur Jenks, Mrs. Ruth Freddy. 

Red Mountain: Ms. Nancy Crabtree, Mr. William Crabtree, Ms. Lois M. Gates, 
Mr. A. M. Hall, Mrs. A. M. Hall, Jr., Mrs. Mable Long, Ms. Annie Mae Taylor, 
Otha Taylor. 

Ridgecrest: Mr. J. B. Cash, Ms. LilHan C. Cash, Mr. W. A. Crabtree, Mrs. W. A. 
Crabtree, Mr. Wiley Oakley, Ms. Rachel J. Ward. 

Rose of Sharon: Mr. Boyd H. Browning, Mrs. Lillian Browning, Mr. William V. 
Garrard, Mr. Talmadge Lassiter, Mr. Victor R. Overton, Jr., Mrs. Juanita B. Parnell. 

Temple: Mr. Charles L. Billings, Rev. Harold Craig, Mrs. Harold Craig, Mr. E. L. 
Kerley, Jr., Mrs. E. L. Kerley, Jr., Mr. Linwood McCullers, Mrs. Linwood McCullers, 
Mr. Daryl Poe, Mrs. Daryl Poe, Mrs. Leonard Smith, Mrs. Marguerite Ward, Mrs. 
M. Clay Warf. 

University: Mrs. W. S. Kyle, Mrs. S. S. McClure, Mr. B. B. Spanor, Rev. C. 
Steven Teague. 

Watts Street: Mr. Robert L. Andrews, Mrs. Robert L. Andrews, Mr. Robert 
Berry, Mrs. Robert Berry, Mr. Cary Cole, Mr. Floyd Fletcher, Mrs. Floyd Fletcher, 
Mr. E. Kenneth Harrell. 

Westwood: Mr. Walter Eakes, Mrs. Walter Eakes, Mr. James McGranahan, Mrs. 
James McGranahan, Mr. W. J. Peters, Mr. Linwood Tew, Mrs. Linwood Tew, Mr. 
Charles Turner. 

Yates: Miss Dubba Kay Hughes, Mrs. Hallie McGhee, Mr. Eugene Robertson, 
Mrs. Shirley Robertson, Mrs. Norma Stock. 



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VISITORS REGISTERED 



Dr. Robert W. Abrams, Rev. Raymond Alderson, Mr. David Bass, Ms. Sue 
Bennett, Mrs. Faye Bassett, Mr. Boyce Bates, Ms. Lottie Blanchard, Mr. Irvin 
Breedlove, Mr. Charlie Cannada, Mrs. Inez Garden, Mr. John Carrington, Miss 
Virginia Chamblee, Ms. Barbara S. Clayton, Mr. Joe Clountz, Mrs. Louise Cole, 
Ms. Ruthie Carpenter, Mrs. Louise Couch, Mr. J. T. Craig, Ms. Elizabeth Crotts, 
Mrs. Juanita Cratch, Mrs. Morris Currin, Ms. Evelyn Deitz, Mrs. Bettie Mae 
Dickey, Mr. Alfred Dula, Mrs. W. A. Dula, Ms. Margie Faulkner, Mr. Vance 
Fisher, Mrs. Grace Fogleman, Mr. J. A. Fogleman, Mrs. Don Foust, Dr. John 
Freeman, Mr. Billy Garrett, Mr. J. L. Glenn, Ms. Ruby Gurtner, Mr. Z. B. Gwaltney, 
Mr. Chic Hall, Mrs. Lacala Hall, Mrs. Travis Hall, Ms. Rosie Hampton, Mrs. L. D. 
Harward, Mr. Chris Hayes, Mrs. George Hayes, Ms. Jessie Hemphill, Miss Nannie 
Mae Herndon, Ms. Ruth Hoffman, Ms. Brenda Holder, Ms. Colleen Hunt, Ms. 
Anna R. Ives, Ms. Ruth Jockisch, Mr. Matthew Johnson, Ms. Priscilla Jordan, Ms. 
Flora King, Mrs. Joyce Lassiter, Mr. Bill Lloyd, Mrs. Mary Lloyd, Mr. Mel T. 
Luther, Mrs. Lenora Ballard, I Irs. Ruth Morgan, Ms. Inez Markham, Mr. O. D. 
Martin, Jr., Mr. D. P. McFarland, Mr. Gary McKenna, Mr. Mike McKeown, Mrs. 
Linda Miller, Mrs. Jack Munary, Ms. Helen K. Mumford, Ms. Mildred Murphy, 
Ms. Barbara Myles, Ms. Sandy Neely, Mr. Dallas H. Norris, Mrs. Dallas Norris, 
Ms. Sharyn Oakley, Mr. Floy Oldham, Mrs. Sudie Oneal, Dr. Hinton Parks, Rev. 
H. Paschall, Mrs. Juanita Pendergraph, Ms. Brenda Pergerson, Ms. Flora Pickett, 
Ms. Shirley Pickett, Mrs. Betty Pittman, Mr. Carson Pittman, Ms. Becky Pope, 
Mr. D. W. Porterfield, Ms. Lillie Poythress, Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, Mr. Ron Rich- 
ardson, Mrs. Robert Riggsbee, Mr. George H. Rogers, Mr. B. E. Sloan, Ms. Virginia 
Snead, Mr. J. R. Snipes, Mrs. J. R. Snipes, Mrs. Lucille Stephens, Ms. Lisa 
Stephenson, Ms. Allene Suitt, Ms. Rosa Topper, Mrs. Jim Trent, Mr. Thomas 
Tutor, Ms. Beulah Walton, Ms. Carolyn Watson, Ms. Peggy Watson, Mrs. Ruby 
West, Mr. B. W. Wheeler, Rev. Elmo Whitaker, Mr. Claude WiUiams, Jr., Mrs. 
Lundsford Williams, Ms. Mabel Young. 



Ronald Arndt, Emory M. Bare, Leo Bridges, Don Brown, James D. Crocker, C. 
Ronald Cumbie, Thomas W. Downing, Jr., Phill Ellington, Carl K. Garner, Gerald 
C. Goodwin, Norman E. Gossett, Kermit Gray, Charles H. Harris, Ernest G. Holt, 
Brooks L. Hunt, Aubrey Jones, Crate Jones, Thommy Jordan, Fred A. King, Julius 
H. Lee, Billy Lynch, Jack H. Mansfield, Ned Matthews, Robert E. McClernon, 
David G. Moore, Julian W. Motley, Jimmy L. Nickelston, Anthony Oakley, Robert 
L. PhiUips, Jr., Richard G. Shaw, Everette J. Smith, Malbert Smith, Jr., M. Clay 
Warf, James West, Russell L. Wimmer, Robert Winecoff, R. Vincent Young, Jr. 



YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES IN THE MINUTES 



PASTORS REGISTERED 



1979 Lystra 
Braggtown 

1980 Berea 
Mount Pisgah 

1981 Mount Moriah 
Mount Gilead 

1982 Rose of Sharon 



1987 Trinity 
Gorman 

1988 Guess Road 
Calvary 

1989 Plainview 
Westwood 

1990 Park View 
Bethesda 

1991 Yates 
Olive Branch 

1992 Temple 
Angier Avenue 

1993 Red Mountain 

Ephesus 
1994 Grey Stone 
Edgemont 



1995 Carrboro 
Grace 

1996 Lakewood 
First 

1997 Mount Hermon 
Ebenezer 

1998 Faith 
Ridgecrest 

1999 Hope Valley 
Cresset 

2000 Homestead Heights 
Fieldcrest 

2001 Page Road 
Parkwood 
2002 Bells 

Cedar Fork 



1983 Lowe's Grove 
Mount Carmel 

1984 University 
Watts Street 

1985Durham Memorial 
Cheek Heights 

1986 Holloway Street 
Immanuel 



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CONSTITUTION 
Revised 1975 



Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and orderly 
means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist Churches in 
Durham County and adjacent territories which support the programs of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith and 
Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist conception of the 
nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious and denominational life 
as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from '"The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, large or 
small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people and others 
concerning those articles of the Christian faith which are most surely held among 
us. They are not intended to add cmything to the simple conditions of the salvation 
revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance towards God and faith in Jesus 
Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, having any 
quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future Baptists should 
hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as may seem to them wise 
and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to draw up 
for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith whenever they 
may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the Scriptures 
of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in interpretation, 
having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the Scriptures, 
and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or investigation in other 
realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section L This Association in session shall be composed of duly elected messengers 
from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County and adjacent territories and 
the regular elected officers of the Association and members of the Associational 
Board which are in agreement with the purpose as stated in Article II. When not 
in session this Association shall be comprised of its member churches which shall 
elect members to the Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of the Associa- 
tion and at any special meeting during the year by messengers who shall be duly 
certified in the following ratio: 

( 1 ) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for each 
additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number of messengers 
shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as messengers, 
in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and members 
of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting messengers at any Associa- 
tional meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association shall apply to 
the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the Association, giving 



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evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to be received under watchcare 
of the Association. Upon recommendation of the committee and the approval of the 
Association by a two-thirds majority of the members present and voting, the church 
or churches shall be received under the watchcare of the Association for a period of 
one year. It is understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association 
such churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its privileges 
with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to voting representa- 
tion on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of watchcare, the church or' 
churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the Association, be received into full fellowship 
of the Association or continue under watchcare or have the request for fellowship 
rejected. Upon admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be author- 
ized to seat duly elected messengets with voting privileges and voting members on 
the Associational Board. 

Section 5, The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of nine 
months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and voting, to 
withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart from orthodox 
principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible and as believed by Baptists, 
or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or letter at the annual session of 
the Association without sufficient reason, or that fails to support causes fostered by 
the denomination at large and of this Association in particular, or that ceases to be 
missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the Association at its 
pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of fellowship on the part of the 
church, the Association shall not as a body, or through a representative or represent- 
atives, seek to restrain by coercion or law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory council, and 
shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of the churches; it may 
advise with cooperating churches and recommend measures of usefulness for their 
adoption, and may claim for itself, its objects, and its recommendations the highest 
consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report on the 
Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been baptized by 
immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said report should reach 
the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the annual meeting. 

Article VII. MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week after the 
fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches on the two 
successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special meetings 
called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the cooperating 
churches. 

Article VIII. FISCAL YEAR 
The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end on December 
thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 
Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice Moderator, 
Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Parliamentarian, and such others as may be authorized 
by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the churches affiliated with the Associ- 
ation. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall hold any 
position within the Associational organization. 



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Secetion 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the Association, 
and these shall assume their duties at the close of the annual meeting during which 
they are elected and continue until their successors are elected and installed, unless 
removed for cause. Any officer may be elected to succeed himself, except that the 
Moderator may not serve more than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the Associc^tion 
and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such committees as may be 
authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, enforce the rules, preserve 
order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to parliamentary 
usage, and serve as chairman of the Associational Board, and ex-officio member of 
all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the Moderator in his 
absence. 

Section 7. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the Association, 
superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep on file the printed 
Minutes and other important papers of the Association. He shall act as secretary 
of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be entitled to compensation which shall 
be fixed by the Association. He shall obtain and edit the histories of two churches 
each year to be included in the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of 
the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the Association, 
and shall make disbursements as authorized by the Association and/or the Associa- 
tional Board, and shall make regular reports to the Associational Board and an 
annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his annual 
report to the Association. 

Section 10. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on matters of rules of 
order and procedure at the annual sessions and Associational Board meetings. 

Section 11. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a three-year 
term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal matters, and shall 
perform such other duties as the Association or the Associational Board may 
prescribe. 

Article X. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general officers, the leaders 
of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, 
and Music Council, the Chairmen of the Standing Committees, the Director of 
Missions, each active pastor and two lay members elected from each member church. 
The names of the lay members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational 
Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Association in the interim 
between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association 
as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for the effectual performance 
of its duties. It shall have the power to fill vacancies among the officers, committees, 
and organizational workers of the Association and committees of the Associational 
Board that may occur during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its 
work at each annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive Committee composed 
of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhood, Sunday School, Church Training, 
Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, the chairmen of the Calendar 
Camp, Community Ministries, Finance, and Missions Committees, and the Director 
of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the Associational 
Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the various groups, interpret 
policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and strive for a smooth operation of 
the Associational program. 

This committee sh£dl employ, with the approval of the Board of the Association, 
a Director of Missions and shall exercise genereil supervision of his work. The 
committee shall perform such other duties and services as the Board or Association 
may direct. 



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Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 

No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of or on the 
part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of the Association 
or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted on ) present and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the Association upon 
affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and voting, provided the 
proposed revisions shall have been presented in writing to the Associational Board 
prior to the Annual Meeting, or presented to the Association on the first day of the 
Annual Meeting with the approval vote being taken on the second day. 

BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along with any 
other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. These 
committees shall begin their duties at the close of the Annual Meeting, and shall 
make reports of the work to the Associational Board and/or to the Association. 
Members of the committees shall be selected from the membership of those churches 
cooperating with the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To institute a 
system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 1976 session, one 
member of each three-member committee shall be elected for one year, one member 
for two years, one member for three years, and thereafter each committee member 
shall be elected to serve for three years. In the case of five-member committees, at 
the 1976 session, one member shall be elected for one year, two members for two 
years, two members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. In the case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session, 
one member shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three 
members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for 
three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 session, three 
members shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three members 
for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members of all 
standing committess. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program for the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of three members 
with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training Director, the WMU Director, 
The Brotherhood Director, the Music Council Director, and the President of the 
Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It shall be the duty of this 
committee to plan and recommend to the annual session of the Association a 
program of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members 
whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the property with the 
advice and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the Association, its 
cooperating churches and individual Christians may work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness £ind social uplift, and to provide educational opportunities for keeping 
our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of nine members, including representatives of the Associational Baptist Women's 
and Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be to identify needs in the 
Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug abusers, youth in trouble, unwed 
mothers, the physically handicapped, the poverty stricken, prisoners and proba- 
tioners, emotionally disturbed, and senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide 
ministries to meet the needs of the total person; to enlist and offer training for those 



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with interest in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas 
when wise and oossible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in the Constitution 
and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five members 
whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and activities for the 
information and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in the churches, 
including the enlistment and training of laymen in witnessing, to initiate and carry 
out association evangelism efforts, to cooperate with area crusades when feasible, 
and to utilize the full resources of the Association by coordinating its efforts with 
other association committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach 
knowing that Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the committee shall 
be elected for a term of three years with two members each year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, repre- 
senting a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise plans for 
raising the budget. It shall also review applications from churches for State Missions 
funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to study the associational program, as to its 
strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and effectiveness, its organizational struc- 
ture, and in the light of its purpose to make recommendations as feasible for the 
improvements and strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of five mem- 
bers whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in keeping their 
people informed, and adequately supporting financially our North Carolina Baptist 
Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in becoming better 
informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects and Catholicism and the 
world non-Christian religions, especially Judaism, and to foster a better relationship 
with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven members, 
whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be utilized by the churches 
and the Association, to ascertain the need of new churches and missions within the 
boundaries of the Association, to recommend to the Association or the Associational 
Board the location of sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and 
to assist the organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for 
the Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It shall 
be the duty of this committee to study the applications of churches seeking admission 
into the Association and to make recommendations regarding the same., 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the Association for all 
general officers and committeemen (except the Director of Missions as heretofore 
provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for approval 
and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, Sunday School, 
Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music Council, and Library organiz- 
ations (TACMO). This committee will receive from the six organizational committees 
and present for approval at the February Board meeting the names of nominees for 
leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six organizations 
shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. The names of all general 
organizational officers shall be presented to the Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any vacancy in 



the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches or for ministerial 
students seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee shall assist in the 
examination of candidates for the ministry only after their call to some specific 
position in Christian service, and shall refrain from announcing the date for ordin- 
ation until after approval of the candidate. 

Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit invitations for the place 
of meeting of the annual session for the following year, and to recommend to the 
Association in annual session, a place or places of meeting, along with a preacher 
and alternate for the sermon, for the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local stations in the securing 
of time, to promote programs of religious and denominational interest, and to 
encourage the churches to use the media of radio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it by the 
Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable resolutions at the Annual 
Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shall be composed of three 
members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when possible the 
offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign Missions as well as 
the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to undergird their church staff 
members through the Annuity Board retirement plans, to promote tithing by 
individual church members, and to encourage the members of the churches to be 
Christian stewards of their possessions after death through wills and bequests to 
denominational objects. 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the Association area 
acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to cooperate with and promote 
the work of the Baptist Student Program in the several institutions within the area 
of the Association and to encourage the ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be composed of at 
least five members, normally church youth directors, whose duty it shall be to 
provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/or with the youth of our 
churches. 

Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board. 

( 1 ) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the Association 
and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority vote of members 
present and voting, except in matters relating to the Constitution, or withdrawing 
fellowship from any cooperating church, and of seating messengers from those 
churches desiring to cooperate with the Association. In called meetings of the 
Association and the Associational Board, a number representing a majority of the 
cooperating churches shall be necessary to constitute a quorum. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding officer. He 
shall confine himself strictly to the question under consideration and shall avoid all 
personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the same subject 
without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding officer, or at 
his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended by the 
Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first session. When 
adopted this report shall become the proirram a-id ^annot be changed except by 
vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recpnt edition 
(1970) of Robert's "Rules of Order". 



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Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 



The members of the State General Board from this Association and the Baptist 
Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the area of the 
Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority vote of those present and voting 
at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 



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PROGRAM 

"But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you 
shall be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and to the end of 
the earth. " Acts 1:8 

MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 23, 1978 
Plainview Baptist Church 

THE CHURCH IN BOLD COMMITMENT 
TO OUTREACH 

6:45 Registration 

7:00 "Bold Missions" William J. Reynolds 

Presented by Sanctuary Choir, Yates Church 

7:30 Call to Order Julian Motley, Moderator, Yates Association 

Pastor, Gorman Church 

Annual Meeting Committee Report Clay Warf, Chairman 

Pastor, Temple Church 

Hymn 191 "We Have Heard the Joyful Sound" 

Invocation Richard Shaw, Pastor, Plainview Church 

Greeting 

7:45 Recognition of New Staff Members Talmadge Lassiter 

Vice Moderator, Yates Association 
Rose of Sharon Church 

Recognition of Associational Leaders Hubert Mumford 

Lay Leader Award 

8:05 Slide Presentation: "Bold Missions" Harold Craig 

Associate Minister, Temple Church 

8:20 Hymn 457 "Send the Light" 

Scripture: Genesis 22:1-19 James West 

Pastor, Calvary Church 

Special Music: "To the Ends of the Earth" Cates 

Presented by Sanctuary Choir, Yates Church 

8:30 Annual Sermon: "What is God Asking?" Robert McClernon 

Pastor, Watts Street Church 

Benediction Anthony Oakley 

Pastor, Page Road Church 

You are invited to a time of refreshments and fellowship at the conclusion of the 
.opening session in the church Fellowship Hall. 



Congregational Song Leader Sharyn Oakley 

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Minister of Music, Plainview Church 

Organist Faye Cato 

Organist, Yates Church 

Pianist David PhilHps 

Pianist, Yates Church 

TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1978 
Calvary Baptist Church 

THE CHURCH IN BOLD COMMITMENT 
TO STE WA RDSHIP 

9:00 Registration 

9:15 Mini-Concert Music Ministers, Yates Association 

9:30 Hymn 9 "'Praise the Lord! Ye Heavens, Adore Him" 

Invocation James West 

, Pastor, Calvary Church 

Greeting 

9:40 Associational Board Report JuHan Motley, Moderator 

Pastor, Gorman Church 

9:55 Finance Committee Report C. B. Tart, Jr., Chairman 

Homestead Heights Church 

Calendar Committee Report Bettie Mae Dickey, Chairman 

Temple Church 

Camp Committee Report George Love, Chairman 

Grace Church 

Community Ministries Committee Report Bruce Little, Chairman 

Bethesda Church 

Missions Committee Report Richard Shaw, Chairman 

Pastor, Plainview Church 

Miscellaneous Business 
10:30 Convention Representative O. D. Martin Director, Stewardship Division 

Baptist State Convention 

10:45 Hymn 437 ''Our Best" 

10:50 Recognition of State Convention Agency Representatives 

11:00 Report of Christian Action League D. P. McFarland 

Executive Director 

11:10 Hymn 144 "/ Will Sing the Wondrous Story" 

Scripture: Matthew 28:11-20 Charles Harris 

Pastor, First Church 

Special Music Music Ministers, Yates Association 

11:25 Message Keith Parks, Director, Mission Support Division 

Foreign Mission Board 

Benediction Brooks Hunt 

Pastor, Mount Gilead Church 



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Lunch 



Congregational Song Leader Ray Alderson 

Director of Music and Education, Calvary Church 

Organist Hugh O'Shields 

Minister of Music, Youth, and Education, Gorman Church 

Pianist Janet Whitaker 

Minister of Music and Children's Director, Carrboro Church 



TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 24, 1978 
Cresset Baptist Church 

THE CHURCH IN BOLD COMMITMENT 
TO SERVE 

7:00 Registration 

7:15 Mini-Concert CYM Mini-Group, Cresset Church 

7:30 Hymn 59 ''Glorious is Thy Name" 

Invocation Ned Mathews 

Pastor, Cresset Church 

Greeting 

7:40 Resolutions Committee Report Sue Freeman, Chairman 

Grey Stone Church 

Place and Preacher Committee Report Nannie Mae Herndon 

Chairman, Lowe's Grove Church 

Nominations Committee Report Darlene Harrill, Chairman 

Holloway Street Church 
Future Development Committee Report . . Judy Howard, Chairman 

Braggtown Church 

Miscellaneous Business 

8:15 Hymn 411 ''Serve the Lord with Gladness'' 

Scripture: Matthew '2b:31-46 Ronald Arndt 

Pastor, Homestead Heights Church 
Special Music: "Psalm 103'\ "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross" 

CYM Mini-Group 

8:25 Message: "Loo/^/ng- Ahead — The Big 'If'!" Hubert Mumford 

Director of Missions 

Special Recognition Crate Jones 

Pastor, Angier Avenue Church 

Benediction Don Brown 

Pastor, Cedar Fork Church 



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Reception 



Congregational Song Leader 



Ron Richardson 



Minister of Youth-Music, Cresset Church 



Organist 



Pianist 



John T. Laverty 

Organist, Angier Avenue Church 

Robin Snyder 

Pianist, Cresset Church 



PROCEEDINGS 



of 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

30th Annual Session 
October 23 & 24, 1978 

First Day's Session with the 
Plainview Baptist Church 

Second Days' Session with the 
Calvary Baptist Church 
and 

Cresset Baptist Church 

MONDAY EVENING SESSION 

"The Church In Bold Commitment — To Outreach" 



1. A musical, ''Bold Missions", was presented by the Sanctuary Choir, Yates 
Church. They were accompanied at the piano by David Phillips, and Faye Gate at 
the organ. Both accompanists were from the Yates Church. 

2. The session was called to order by the Moderator, Julian Motley. 

3. Reverend Clay Warf, chairman of the Annual Meeting Committee, expressed 
gratitude to those helping in arrangement of the program. He recommended the 
adoption of the program as printed, seconded by Charles L. Billings, and carried. 

4. The congregation was led in singing of ''We Have Heard the Joyful Sound" by 
Sharyn Oakley, Minister of Music of the host church. 

5. Reverend Richard Shaw, pastor of the host church, led in prayer and extended 
greetings from the church. 

6. Talmadge Lassiter, Vice Moderator, recognized and welcomed staff members 
who had come into the Association since the last annual meeting. 

7. Hubert Mumford, Director of Missions, recognized the organizational leaders. 
He expressed appreciation to them, to the chairmen of the various committees, and 
to the church secretaries. 

8. Hubert Mumford presented to George Ray of the Olive Branch Church the Lay 
Leader Award. The award is made by nominations from the various churches to a 
secret committee. 

9. A slide presentation, "Bold Missions", was given by Reverend Harold Craig, 
Associate Minister, Temple Church. 

10. The congregation was led in singing, "Send the Light". 

11. Scripture passage from Genesis 22:1-19 was read by Reverend James West, 
pastor. Calvary Church. 

12. The Sanctuary Choir, Yates Church, rendered special music. 

13. The annual sermon, "What is God Asking?", was delivered by Reverend 
Robert McClernon, pastor. Watts Street Church. He used the story of Abraham's 
faith in God and willingness to sacrifice Isaac to stress the importance of relying 
upon God Himself rather than upon ourselves and our denominational genius to 
accomplish Christian Commission. 



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14. Reverend Anthony Oakley, pastor, Page Road Church, pronounced the bene- 
diction. 

15. Fellowship and refreshments were enjoyed at the conclusion of the session. 

TUESDAY MORNING SESSION 

''The Church in Bold Commitment — To Stewardship" 

16. A mini-concert was presented by the Music Ministers, Yates Association, 
directed by Hugh O'Shields, Minister of Music, Gorman Church. They were accomp- 
anied at the piano by Janet Whitaker, Minister of Music, Carrboro Church. 

17. "Praise the Lord! Ye Heavens, Adore Him" was sung by those present, 
under the direction of Ray Alderson, Director of Music and Education, Calvary 
Church. 

18. Reverend James West, pastor of the host church, gave the invocation and 
brought greetings from the church. 

19. Report of the Association Board was given by Reverend Julian Motley, 
Moderator, Adoption of the report was seconded by Reverend Robert M. Winecoff, 
and carried. The moderator announced the appointment of a Search Committee by 
the Executive Committee at the June 10 meeting. The committee has the responsi- 
bility to seek a Director of Missions to succeed the present Director upon his 
retirement. 

20. Report of the Calendar Committee was given by Mrs. Betty Mae Dickey, 
chairman. She called attention to the omission of the ministers' wives meeting the 
first Monday of each month, and the ministers' conference on the second Tuesday of 
each month. She moved for the adoption of the proposed calendar. Motion seconded 
by Mrs. John Laverty, and carried. 

21. Report of the Camp Committee was given by George Love, chairman. He 
presented to the Association a picture of Matthew Yates. He remarked on the 
present status of grading, and work at the camp, and recommended adoption of 
the report. Motion for adoption was seconded by Reverend Jack Mansfield and 
carried. 

22. Report on Community Ministries was given by Bruce Little. He stated that it 
was difficult to see the needs outside of our own churches, and there were several 
things tried, such as, drug abuse awareness conferences, and he appealed to the 
congregation for help to identify such needs. He moved for adoption of the report, 
seconded by O. C. Mitchell, motion carried. 

23. The Finance Committee report was presented by C. B. Tart, Jr. He directed 
attention that this was only a proposed budget and the final adoption in February 
depends on the commitment of the churches. He urged the churches to increase 
their gifts to the Association. He moved for the adoption of the report, seconded by 
Charlie Council, motion carried. 

24. A plaque was presented to Frank Nelson, who has audited the books for the 
Association from 1962-78, in grateful appreciation for valuable services rendered. 

25. The Missions Committee report was given by Reverend Richard Shaw. He 
stated that the New Life Church requested to come under the watchcare of the 
Association, and recommended the adoption of the report. Motion seconded by Carl 
Wallace, and carried. 

26. As an item of miscellaneous business, John Deeds, Association clerk, presented 
twenty-six certificates to churches for perfect church letters. 

27. The moderator moved that the reports from the following committees and 
organizations be adopted in block: Auditor, Church Media Center, Church Training, 
Deacons, Evangelism, Inter-Faith Witness, Laubach, Music, Ordinations, Radio 
and Television, Senior Adults, Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, and 
Youth Advisory. The motion was seconded by John Laverty, and carried. 

28. O. C. Mitchell, Jr., introduced O. D. Martin, Director, Stewardship Division, 
Baptist State Convention. He spoke to the issue that our greatest problem facing 
the churches of Jesus Christ is asking. We are afrrid to ask, and if we don't ask, 
we don't receive. 

29. The hymn, "Our Best", was sung by those present. 



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30. Recognition was made of the State Convention Agency representatives: Robert 
W. Abrams of Gardner Webb College, Henry Stokes of Wake Forest University, 
Lida Driver of the Children's Home, and Joe Clountz of the Baptist Student Union 
of Baptist State Convention. 

31. D. D. McFarland, Executive Director, reported on the Christian Action 
League, that the churches were the reason for defeat of liquor-by -the-drink thus far, 
and the churches would have to defeat it in the upcoming elections. 

32. Talmadge Lassiter, chairman of the Search Committee, reported that the 
committee had met once, and solicited any suggestions. 

33. The hymn, "/ Will Sing the Wondrous Story", was sung. 

34. Scripture passage from Matthew 28:11-20 was read by Reverend Charles 
Harris, pastor. First Church. 

35. The Music Ministers rendered special music. 

36. Reverend Clay Warf, pastor, Temple Church, presented the speaker, Dr. 
Keith Parks, Director, Mission Support Division, Foreign Mission Board. He spoke 
on as God's people we must not allow anyone or anything to hinder us from meeting 
appointments with God as arranged. 279 foreign mission appointments and 296 
appointments to the voluntary service have already been made this year. 

37. Reverend Brooks Hunt, pastor, Mt. Gilead Church, pronounced the benedic- 
tion. 

38. Lunch was served to approximately 280 people by the churches of Group HL 

TUESDAY EVENING SESSION 

''The Church in Bold Commitment — To Serve" 

39. Ron Richardson, Minister of Youth-Music, Cresset Church, and his wife 
opened the Tuesday evening session with a selection of songs. 

40. The hymn, ''Glorious is Thy Name", was sung. 

41. The invocation and greetings were given by Reverend Ned Mathews, pastor 
of the host church. 

42. Mrs. Sue Freeman, chairman, read the report of the Resolutions Committee, 
and moved for its adoption. Seconded by M albert Smith, and carried. 

43. Prayer was given by Reverend H. B. Anderson during moments observed in 
memorial to members deceased this past year. 

44. Report of the Place and Preacher Committee was given by Miss Nannie Mae 
Herndon, chairman. The host churches for 1979 will be Angier Avenue, Parkwood 
and Page Road. Lunch will be served at the Parkwood Church. The Reverend 
Russell Wimmer to be the preacher for the annual meeting, and alternate to be 
Reverend Norman Gosset. Move for the adoption was made, seconded by Reverend 
Jack Mansfield, and carried. 

45. Mrs. Darlene Harrill, chairman, gave the Nominations Committee report. 
Two additions were made on page 6 of the Book of Reports: Billy Garrett to be 
chairman of the Future Development Committee, and Reverend Robert Winecoff 's 
name added to the Place and Preacher Committee. Mrs. Harrill moved for the 
adoption of the report; seconded by Reverend Crate Jones, and carried. 

46. Future Development Committee report was given by Mrs. Judy Harward, 
chairman. She called attention to the committee's recommendations, position 
description and qualifications for a director of missions. (Complete report included) 
Motion was made by Floyd Fletcher for adoption of the report with its recoiTimend- 
ations for implementation through due process. Motion was seconded by Reverend 
Everette Smith, and carried. 

47. Pastor Phil Ellington, on behalf of the New Life Church, was extended a hand 
of welcome by the Moderator. 

48. The hymn, "Serve the Lord With Gladness", was sung. 

49. Scripture from Matthew 25:31-46 was read by Reverend Ronald Arndt, pastor. 
Homestead Heights Church. 

50. Special music, "Psalm 103" and "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross" by 
CYM Mini-Group of the host church. 

51. Reverend Hubert Mumford, Association Director of Missions, brought the 



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closing message, speaking on "Looking Ahead — The Big 'If'!" He recalled the 
accomplishments of the Association in his twenty-five years, and the future outlook 
for all the churches. He called for those who would work for a greater year to come 
forward and shake hands with the moderator and vice moderator to verify support 
to them. 

52. Reverend Everette Smith moved that the 1978 minutes be dedicated to Mr. 
and Mrs. Mumford, and his address be included. Seconded by Reverend Aubrey 
Jones. Motion carried. 

53. Reverend Crate Jones, chairman of the Recognition Committee, had a special 
recognition and presented Hubert Mumford with a token gift in deep appreciation 
of his service and friendship the past twenty-five years. Plans were announced for 
an appreciation banquet in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mumford to be held in February. 

54. The closing benediction was given by Reverend Don Brown, pastor, Cedar 
Fork Church. 

FINAL MESSAGE by DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

HUBERTS. MUMFORD 

"LOOKING AHEAD - THE BIG IF! " 
Annual Meeting — October 24, 1978 — Cresset Church 
INTRODUCTION I have four points in my message tonight: 
MY LIFE - OUR LIFE - YOUR LIFE - THE BIG "IF" 

MY LIFE: 

Over 66 years ago at Thanksgiving time in Thanksgiving Hospital in Coopers- 
town, N. v., a boy was born. His mother had already lost two boys, and like 
Hannah, she promised the Lord, "If you'll let this little fellow live I'll dedicate him 
to your service." His name was Hubert Simon Mumford. 

After high school, I went on to business college for two years, spent three years 
paying back the debt, and went on to college to be a Boy Scout executive. But 
during that freshman year, I saw young men for the first time who were planning to 
go into the ministry, and I felt I had as much to offer the Lord as they did. During 
that first summer vacation I talked with my mother. She was in the kitchen ironing. 

"Mother, it looks as if I've got to be a minister, but I need something to cinch it." 

It was not until then that she told me, "Hubert, you were dedicated to the Lord 
before you were born." Two weeks later I became assistant to the pastor of a church 
in the town in which I was going to college. 

After college I went to Eastern Seminary, Philadelphia, and as a student became 
the Director of Evangelism in Blockley Baptist Church, the most spiritual church I 
have ever known. Deacons in that church were cited in Southern Baptist study 
course books on "soul-winning." It was in Blockley that I found my life. In contrast 
I had never seen an invitation extended in my home church in Cooperstown, yet 
God called me, my youngest brother, and two girls out of one band of young people. 
It was a miracle! 

Helen and I have had the joy of anticipation every step of the way. In coming to 
Matthews church outside Charlotte it was love at first sight. It was the same thing 
in coming to Marshville church in Union Association. I would not recommend this 
procedure today, but we did not know our salary in Marshville until we received our 
first check. 

I refused the call to Yates Association the first time, but doors kept closing in 
Marshville and opening in Durham until God made it clear that I should say "yes." 
During these 25 years I have had no doubt about God's call to this position. 

During 37 years of marriage, God has blessed us with four children and four 
grandchildren. On February 4 we hope to be financially solvent, and able to enter a 
whole new life together. Once more we live in anticipation of that new era of our 
lives. We will continue to live at 1108 Raynor Street. And we have so many friends 
here in the area. How about remembering us at Home Coming times? 

As we face retirement we think of Hebrews 12:1, 2. It reads: ''Wherefore seeing we 
also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every 
weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the 



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race that is set before us. 

"Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was 
set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right 
hand of the throne of God." 

This passage presents the Christian Race with clouds of witnesses who had gone 
on before. 

As I run that race in retirement, looking around CAN bring confusion, e.i., 
watching activities around me during what can be the greatest era in the history of 
Yates Association. I will feel somewhat like Moses. 

Looking within CAN bring doubt. Will I keep my health? Will I have enough 
money? Will I be forgotten? 

Retirement will not mean idleness. It will mean more time for my church, Holloway 
Street, for many community organizations such as "Contact Durham", time, I 
hope, to do some research, some writing that Howard Foshee and others have urged 
me to do, time to continue our Workshops on the "Dynamics of Prayer , time to do 
my part in developing a better inter-racial climate in our area, and time to get back 
to my singing again. I had to give up my singing when we came to the Yates 
Association. God willing, I want to renew that part of my life. 

I received a letter from Frank Ingram this afternoon. He was associational 
missionary in the Mt. Zion Association, then went to Gaffney, S. C, and has now 
retired in Cheryville. He said not to expect everything to work out in retirement as 
you plan. I have become accustomed to that already. 

OUR LIFE — As An Association 

It is difficult to realize that we started in a one-half office in the Snow Building 
mth a part-time secretary. Charles Maddry, then the pastor of Temple Church, was 
he finance committee chairman, and what a responsibility he had! In 1954 the 
oudget was $12,500. We had a manual typewriter, and a small, two-drawer filing 
cabinet. 

Today we have such a well-equipped office that we love to refer to it as a Ser- 
vicenter. 

Several of our committees and organizations have had records of consistent and 
dedicated service. Seldom have their efforts been adequately appreciated. I can 
never thank enough the hundreds of sacrificial workers who served during these 25 
years. The Lay Leader Award has given me a chance to do just that for a few 
persons. We have been successful when in turn workers did their jobs. 

You ought to witness the burden for people in need evidenced by members of our 
Community Ministries Committees down through the years. Our last meeting was 
not held in the office but in Murdoch Center, Butner, as they tried to decide what 
our churches ought to do for some of those pitiful people. Several of our folks had 
never seen the section for the multi-handicapped mentally retarded. 

Some day they will shed those handicaps and walk and talk with Jesus. Our next 
Ministers' Conference will be held in the Murdoch Center. 

A few days ago I wrote to Dr. Paul Adkins of the Home Mission Board asking 
why they continued to put Christian at the beginning of Christian Social Ministries. 
We don't say Christian Finance Committee, Christian Activities Committee, etc.. 
He agreed there was no point to it because we go as Christian in principle; and he 
commended our terminology, "Community Ministries." 

As far as evangelism is concerned, we have had some little flash-fires. I regret it. 

We have had a dry spell in starting new churches. How I have wanted to start at 
least one below Carrboro-Chapel Hill. 

The most consistently hard working committee during these 25 years has been 
the Camp Committee. Oh, how I thank the various chairmen like George Love. I do 
not know how George has been able to carry on his own business. We are now 
assured of water; we will have access to the Falls of the Neuse reservoir; we have a 
good caretaker, and the two Matthew Tyson Yates cabins have been moved piece 
by piece. Did you know in moving those logs that George fell 10 feet headfirst, and 
nearly lost his good eye? 

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Unexp>#ctedly one day Wake Electric Co., called O. A. Johnson, our first chairman, 
to say, "If you can get a swath of woods cleared out by 7:00 o'clock tomorrow 
morninig we will bring in the power lines." Mr. Johnson called O. B. Nichols and 
together they got axes, kerosene lanterns and something to eat and worked aK 
night. About midnight Morris Currin came along the highway, saw the lights and 
what they were doing, went home to get ready, and worked with them. At 6:00 
a.m., they finished that strenuous job, got down on their knees to thank God, and 
then went home for breakfast. At 7 o'clock Wake Electric started stringing the wire. 

We must never forget a quote irom Kitty Maddry's address at the dedication ot 
our Nichols-Mad dry Lodge: 

"Time spent in planning, working, and praying, to say nothing of the thousands of 
dollars invested in these grounds, will be a loss to the Kingdom of God unless 
training and missionary education are at the heart of activities experienced here." 

A composite of OUR LIFE must include our years of controversy, both on the 
subjects of immersion and Christian Social Ministries. I shall never be the same 
physically nor emotionally. Some of you could say the same thing. These 3-4 years 
of preoccupation put us far behind many other associations. During that period 
Independent Baiptist thinkers joined some of our churches to the extent that these 
churches have never been able to come back to full participation, financially or 
otherwise. A live coal taken from the bed of coals will soon cool. Pray for them. 

It was during that period that I learned that we must all assume as leaders that 
some people will never like us irrespective of how hard we try. But it is hard to 
learn. It was also during that period that I learned I would never have an associate 
to share this responsibility. Twenty other associations in our state have extra staff 
members beyond secretaries. I have been like a wild bird in a cage. 

YOUR LIFE ~ Association in the Future: 

Let us look to your life in the future. I repeat, you are entering what can be the 
most exciting era in your history. 

Numerous projects are like ripe plums ready to be picked. You may have your 
first resident camp next summer at Yates Camp. During the last few days, sites 
were set for more cabins atnd a cottage. For only $8,000 a church or individual can 
finance a cabin. 

Remember how we name our buildings. Please do not break this pattern. Our 

caretaker's house was the first. It is called the Johnson-Taylor building after O. A. 
Johnson, our first chairman, and J. M. Taylor, the first Secretary of the Foreign 
Missionary Board. Our main building is called the Nichols-Maddry Lodge after O. 
B. Nichols, our first benefactor, and Charles E. Maddry, a former Foreign Mission 
Secretary from this area. 

Within a few months, two if not three new churches can be started in our 
association. Sevral projects will be completed by the Community Ministries Com- 
mittee, IF the churches cooperate. Church Training is on its way back. Sunday 
School is already on the way, under the leadership of Johnny Ross. 

On next week, Thursday, November 2, we will have a Deacon Special at Grey 
Stone Church at 7:30 p.m. Out committee polled many of the churches and said we 
can get Dr. Charles Tread way to come from Nashville but we must be assured that 
your folks will come. They were encouraging and he is coming. He is No. 1 in our 
convention. The Laubach Literacy program is a joy to my hegirt under the leadership 
of Ruby West, assisted by Mary Whaley. 

Other new developments are the two groups of Singles, the Senior Adults, and 
TACMO. 

Finally, after many years, two Seminary Extension Centers will be started in 
January at Durham Memorial and Yates churches. They will continue for nine 
weeks. The subjects to be taught in both centers are "How to Understand the 
Bible", and "Women in the Church". 

Also in January my own sister will be coming into our area for a week with her 
small mentally retarded singing group called the Hostelers. They have had 100 
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The Future Development committee has finished its work. Implementation will 
follow during the coming months. 

Jack Redford of the Home Mission Board asks, "Is Bold Mission Thrust going to 
be the dying gasp of a disintegrating denomination? Or is it going to be the devil's 
Waterloo, as a great national revival sweeps across America with churches born, 
lives changed, needs met?" 

With 100 million unchurched in the USA, Southern Baptists have been challenged 
to double their membership. On the other hand, last year our convention hit the 
lowest levels of baptisms in 27 years. 

One out of five people in North Carolina is a Southern Baptist. 

The strongest denominational group in the Greater Durham-Chapel Hill area is 
Yates Baptist Association. 

Over and over again I am hearing the laymen stress the importance of church 
leaders leading. I agree with them, In my last pastorate I challenged my people to 
witness to one person every week if I witnessed to a person every day. Each Sunday 
we would check up. I would admit whether I was on target, two days behind, etc., 
and ask them to raise their hands if they were up-to-date. 

But if our church leaders did what they probably should do they would be voted 
out from one week to one month. 

A great percentage of the unchurched in our area are in the 13,200 + apartments 
and 1,300 + mobile homes. We must take greater interest in our neighborhoods and 
peoples of all backgrounds, nationalities, and races. 

An employee of our State Convention scud recently that the people of the 
Durham-Chapel Hill area are unchurched and perhaps unsaved. It was like a knife 
in me. 

The Bold Mission Thrust sounds good and is good but it takes too lightly our 
Christian life-style, the lack of dedication and motivation of the majority of our 
people. Jesus must mean more to us in this area, before we will share Him with 
others. A higher percentage of additions to our churches must come by the Holy 
Spirit working through personal witnessing. 

One-half of our population is also black. If we ever take this area for Christ, there 
must be a working relationship between blacks and whites. I expressed my burden 
to the Rev. Z. D. Harris in his study on Sept. 29. I expressed the same thing to the 
Ministerial Alliance on October 2, admitting that I did not know the answer to 
"How". Brother Harris came back with one word, "Prayer. 

His answer rang a bell with me. He was not speaking of Prayer as an escape. 
Prayer is the logical first step in an offensive. It is not a program. 

It is communication between people who love each other. We need an avalanche 

of prayer, or people praying, as they did in our country in 18 when all the 

churches in N. Y. C, were filled in the middle of the day. 

When you see a "Change the World School of Prayer" advertised, pay the price 
and get in on it. It is pure Bible Study on Prayer. Doug Willett of Bahama, a 
Baptist preacher from Durham originally, teaches it. 

1 believe God may be leading me to foster, perhaps even to lead, in a prayer 
crusade. We know that every world revival started with a great prayer movement. 
I'm retiring from a position in Yates Association but not from my prayer walks, nor 
from praying for you, nor from praying for this great big pagan area that I love. I 
believe in specific prayer for specific things. I'd venture to say that most of the 
people in this congregation do not. 

We invite you to covenant with us in prayer for the Durham-Chapel area. We do 
not work up a revival; we must pray until God knows we are ready. He will answer! 

THE BIG "IF": 

2 Chron. 7:14 says: "J/" my people, which are called by my name, shall humble 
themselves, and pray, and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways; then will 
I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. " 

These words were given to Solomon at the close of his reign. They illustrate the 
numerous warnings that God gave the people. He pled with them over and over 
again. But they insisted on worshipping the gods of their pagan neighbors. He 



finally used Assyria and Babylon to take them into captivity, and only a remnant 
ever came back. 

When I think of this passage and apply it to my own ministry, I am more 
conscious of failure than success. We have had more of a democracy than a theocracy 
in our association: we have had more maintenance of our church buildings and 
than outreach. It all depends upon individual Christians who will take 2 Chron. 7 14 
seriously; who will seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, with the 
confidence that other things will come along. 

The messages by Bob McClernon and Keith Parks pointed out these truths. 
God s plan was not dependent upon Isaac but His own power. The iron and bamboo 
curtains are not obstacles to God's power. 

I don't know where you are in your personal interest in the Christian fellowship 
called Yates Baptist Association, but I wonder how many here tonight would be 
willing to come forward, take our moderator by the hand, and by so doing, say I 
pledge to give more of myself in prayer for the Lord's work through Yates Associ- 
ation. 

HISTORY OF BELLS BAPTIST CHURCH 

The church was known as Lassiter's Meeting House organized in 1815. After 
years of progression, the formal name was changed to Bells Baptist Church. There 
have been four churches built since its organization. The records of the first church 
have never been located. The second church was built in 1910. By 1920, it had a 
seating capacity of 300, and a value of $3,000. The third church was proposed by a 
church conference on March 23, 1939. Several years followed with fund raising 
projects and architectural plans for the new church. On September 3, 1945, ground 
breaking for the church became a reality. On August 21, 1949, services were held in 
the new building for the first time. October 2, 1949, was designated as the official 
Dedication and Homecoming Day. Dr. D. B. Bryan, Dean of the Wake Forest 
College, was the speaker for the service. At this time preaching services were held 
on the first and third Sundays at 11:00 a.m. On October 2, 1955, the deacon board 
recommended to begin full-time worship services at Bells Baptist Church. On October 
7, 1955, the parsonage was completed and dedicated for the first full-time minister. 
In 1964, the church had a note burning for the mortgage for an indebtedness. At 
this time, the church was valued at $100,000. In regular business conference on 
February 2, 1969, the church voted to continue as a church and to do so it must 
relocate to a parcel of land outside of the property-area that is being taken for a 
Federal Water Conservation Project, The New Hope Dam project. The church 
acquired land, north of the present location from the Seventh Advent Church, to 
relocate the church parsonage. Robert Downing & Sons Construction received the 
bid for construction of a new church. The church was completed, and October 3, 
1973, was the date of the Dedication and Homecoming Day. The new property 
included the location of a fellowship hall building to be used for church and related 
community activities. 

Reverend Henry L. Copeland, Sr., was called in December, 1975, to the pastoral 
ministry of Bells Baptist Church. He ws ordained by the church on January 7, 1976, 
and serves at the present time. Bells Church Cemetery was re-located in June 1976. 
The new cemetery location is approximately 1^2 miles north of the church site. 

HISTORY OF CEDAR FORK BAPTIST CHURCH 
(condensed) 

Early rules of Cedar Fork Church sometimes reflect the severe practices of the 
times. The terminology itself is severe. When one was excluded from membership, 
the term used in writing of it was "excommunicated." The most bizarre reasons for 
excommunication were "fiddling and dancing" and "challenging to a duel." 

In 1804 the Flat River Association sent three men to assist in the organization of 
a church. The presbytery appointed by Flat River Association consisted of George 
Roberts, Isaac Hicks, and Roland Gooch, but only George Roberts and Roland 
Gooch came to help establish the church. Cedar Fork was organized April 22, 1805. 
The first pastor was Ezekiel Trice. He served for 33 years. Joseph Barbee and 



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Thomas Johnson were deacons and 48 other members made a charter membership 
of 51 . . 

The first conference minutes available are for the meeting of June, 1859, which 
included an account of the reception of members and the baptism of six. 

Cedar Fork Church joined Raleigh Association in 1811, but left it to join Mt. Zion 
Association in 1870. 

Land for the first church building was donated by Joseph Jones in 1814, with 
Edmund Hemdon and John Hill named as the deacons receiving the land for Cedar 
Fork Church. 

During Rev. Christopher Columbus Newton's pastorate there came a severe snow 
storm so heavy that it caused the rafters to slip out of place. It was necessary to 
build a new church house. 

Rev. A.D. Blackwood was the first pastor on record to receive as much as $100 a 
year. Rev. C.C. Newton was the only one for the first hundred years to receive as 
much as $200 a year. 

An account of a baptism in August, 1860 is given. Little mention of the Civil War 
is made. 

Minutes of July conference, 1861, read, "By request of Brother H. Weatherspoon, 
the church granted leave to the trustees of Cedar Fork Academy to build an 
Academy on the land belonging to the church...." 

In the conference of 1862 a collection was taken up for colportage among the 
soldiers. It amounted to $66.05. In 1863 the church agreed to release Brother 
Blackwood to preach to the soldiers whenever he wanted to and to pay his expenses 
when he was thus engaged. 

In the meeting of October, 1866, the church accepted the invitation of Thos. W. 
Young and other brothers to send a delegation to meet them with a view to 
constituting a church at their new meeting house near Morrisville on October 12, 
1866. 

In 1867 a committee met with some who had been black members of Cedar Fork 
to consider what relationship to continue with them. It was decided to dissolve the 
relationship. In the first building, however, there was a gallery for the Negroes. 

In the conference of November, 1883, we are told, "On motion the sisters of the 
church have an opportunity to organize a Missionary Society." 

The church in its early years was concerned with the behavior of its members. It 
was reported that at the conference of April, 1884, a committee of five was appointed 
in addition to the deacons to investigate a rumor that church members were being 
implicated in running illicit distilleries. In the conference of July, 1884, instead of 
having a report of the committee investigating the dealing in distilleries, a committee 
of one, the pastor, was made to hear confessions of guilty parties. At the conference 
August, 1884, the pastor reported that he had thoroughly investigated the rumor, 
and that he was satisfied that the rumor was unfounded. Accordingly, the church, 
by a vote, exonerated the accused brethren from all censure and blame. 

In October, 1884, on a Sunday there was a called meeting and the pastor W.B. 
Scott and P.H. Barbee were appointed delegates to the Baptist State Convention to 
be held in Raleigh. The church raised $5 to defray the expenses. 

Plans for a new church building were discussed in the conference of July, 1885. 
Cost was estimated at about $1,000. Immediately there was raised by subscription 
$348 for that project. A committee was appointed to solicit aid. Saturday afternoon 
before first Sunday in August, 1885, there was called a meeting to get aid for the 
building and construction. 

At a conference of September, 1893, W.S. Olive was called indefinitely to serve at 
a salary of $150 for the year. At the November 1894 meeting a committee of seven 
was appointed to ascertain how much each member would give for Missions. 

On April 22, 1905 the church celebrated its 100th anniversary. 

In 1913 Dr. L.E.M. Freeman was called to be pastor. He served 19 years. During 
this time he stressed missions and played a large part in Cedar Fork becoming a 
missionary -minded church. 



In 1929 a frame building on Highway 10, now Highway 70 was moved across the 
road to a safer location as one member had been hurt while crossing the road. 
In 1928 the rotation of deacons was begun. 

On November 23, 1931, during a severe thunderstorm, lightning struck the church 
and burned it to the ground. A committee was appointed to collect funds to rebuild. 
In three months' time the new building was completed. Not a single service was 
missed. 

In 1934 the first Bible study was established for the church. 
In 1937 plans were made to build Sunday School rooms. 
In 1948 Cedar Fork joined the Yates Association. 

During the pastorate of Dr. R.L. Holt the idea was presented to build a parsonage. 
Brother H.H. Green and C.B. Green gave land. In 1951 Rev. E. Weldon Johnson 
accepted a call to the church and was the first pastor to live in the new parsonage. 
In 1956 a great need for an educational building was felt, the building was 
dedicated in 1959. 

Some of our more recent pastors have been J. Carlton Duke who resigned to 
become a missionary in 1963, Rev. C.W. Thompson, Rev. Louis T. Stokes, and Rev. 
Pat Collins, and our church is presently served by Rev. Don B. Brown. 

"Onward even Onward" is our motto, as times change and new ideas come and 
go. We seek to serve the living God in an "alive" world. 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION BOARD 

The Associational Board is responsible to "act for the Association in the interim 
between sessions" and to "make a full and complete report of its work at each 
annual meeting." In fulfilling its responsibility, the Board held four meetings during 
the interim and took action as follows. 

November 8, 1977, a Board meeting was held with the Lakewood Church with 47 
persons in attendance. Eight organizational reports were heard which included the 
following recommendation and subsequent action by the Board. 

Retiring chairman of the Camp Committee, A.B. Stone, Jr., reported an offer by 
the State Highway Department to pay the Association $1200 for .83 acres of land at 
the Camp adjacent to the existing highway right-of-way, to remove the old road 
thereon and to extend the access road to the new highway under construction. It 
was approved. 

February 21, 1978, A Board meeting was held with the Westwood Church with 41 
persons in attendance. Ten organizational reports were heard which included the 
following recommendations and subsequent action by the Board. 

Upon recommendation of the Finance Committee, C.B. Tart, Jr., chairman the 
1978 Associational Budget was revised, as required in the By-Laws, to comply 
with the commitments from the churches. The following changes were approved by 
the Board — 

1. that the item for bond retirement be reduced from $9,300 to $5,300; 

2. that the item for printing be reduced from $1,700 to $700; 

3. that photo-offset equipment and master maker be purchased for $7,050; 

4. that this amount ($7,050) be borrowed from budget reserve funds; 

5. that this amount be returned monthly from the budget equipment item; 

6. that the total 1978 Budget be reduced from $77,360 to $72,360. 

The following organizational directors were elected as they were nominated by 
the Nominations Committee; Johnny Ross (S.S.), Floyd Rhodes (C.T.), J. Edwin 
Couch (Brotherhood), Hugh O'Shields (Music), and Mrs. Wilson Crabtree (TACMO). 
Also, Rev. Robert Hubbard was elected to replace Mrs. Harold Wicks on the 
Community Ministries Committee. 

The following two recommendations from the Camp Committee, George Love 
Jr., chairman, were approved: 

1. that the trustees be instructed to accept the offer of $1,500 per acre for 39.79 
acres of camp property, a total of $59,685, and that the land be deeded to the U.S. 
Corp of Engineers on or after April 1, 1978, and 

2. that the Association lend $1,500, as needed, to the Camp to make capital 



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improvements (necessary roadway to creek before land is sold). 

Additional action by the Board at this meeting included authorization of the 
Moderator, upon recommendation of the Executive Committee, to appoint a Retire- 
ment Recognitions Committee of five to lead in appropriate recognitions of the 
Director of Missions and of the Office Assistant upon their announced retirements. 
Action also was taken, on recommendation from the Director of Missions, to adopt 
certain resolutions pertaining to "Faithfulness of Workers of Yates Association" for 
incorporation in the Associational By-Laws, subject to action of the Association in 
Annual Session. Further action was taken calling for a Board meeting to be held on 
March 28, 1978, at Ephesus Church. 

March 28, i978, a Board meeting was held with the Ephesus Chuvch with 54 
persons in attendance. The Moderator appointed to the Retirement Recognitions 
Committee, as required by action of the February Board meeting. Rev. Crate Jones, 
chairman, John Clayton, Charlie Council, Mrs. W.A. Godwin and Mrs. Helena 
Kyle. 

Six organizational reports were heard with recommendations from the Camp 
Committee approved as follows: 

1. The Camp Committee recommends to the Board that it accept the offer of 
the cabins and meathouse at the former residence of Matthew Tyson Yates in Wake 
County, on the Carpenter property, and accept responsibility of removal of said 
buildings within 60 days of authorization, and restoration within two years. 

2. The Camp Committee recommends to the Board that it elect a committee to 
authenticate these buildings and that this committee be composed of Rev. James 
Murphy, chairman. Rev. Robert Winecoff and Rev. Ronald Cumbie. 

On recommendation from the Nominations Committee, H. Brevard Brown was 
elected Director of Church Training to replace Floyd Rhodes, who requested that he 
be released from this responsibility. The Board further authroized the Executive 
Committee to take any necessary action in adjusting compensation for the position 
of Office Assistant in cooperation with the Personnel Committee in filling this 
position and upon recommendation from the Finance Committee. In other action 
the Finance Committee was authorized to apply to the State Convention for $1,200 
to apply to the pastor's salary on behalf of the Fieldcrest Church. 

May 8, 1978, a Board meeting was held with the Angier Avenue Church without 
an attendance count but with excellent response from the churches upon request of 
the Future Development Committee for opportunity to present an extended report 
for group study and reaction. Five other organizational reports were heard briefly. 
The Nominating Committee Report for the year 1978 — 1979 was adopted and the 
leadership elected, subject to their election at the Annual Sessions. 

A period of special recognition of Mrs. Emily Warren, retiring Office Assistant, 
was held in her honour at which time a plaque from the Associational Office and a 
love offering from the churches were presented her by Recognitions Committee 
chairman. Crate Jones, in appreciation of her years of service to the Association. 

A five-group study of the Future Development Committee Report and general 
reaction session following provided input for the Committee in drafting its final 
report to be presented to the Annual Session in October. 

October 10, 1978, a Board meeting was held with the Mt. Moriah Church with 38 
persons present. No official actions were taken except the setting of a regular Board 
meeting for November 7, 1978. The Moderator announced the appointment of a 
Search Committee by the Executive Committee, which committee has responsibility 
"to employ, with the approval of the Associational Board, a Director of Missions" 
to succeed the present Director upon his retirement in February, 1979. The following 
are members of the Search Committee: 

Vice Moderator Talmadge Lassiter, Chairman; 

Community Missions Chairman Bruce C. Little, Vice Chairman; 

Missions Chairman Pastor Richard Shaw; 

Finance Chairman C.B. Tart; 

Future Development Chairman Mrs. L.D. Harward, Jr.; 
Evangelism Chairman Pastor Julius Lee; 



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Treasurer Mrs. W.A. Godwin; 
Pastor Robert Winecoff ; 
Pastor Russell Wimmer; and 
Moderator Julian Motley (Ex Officio). 

Respectfully submitted, 
Julian M. Motley, Moderator 

REPORT OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 

The Yates Association Sunday School Council scheduled four major events during 
1977-78 to assist church leaders in the Yates Association to be more effective in 
reaching and teaching more people for Christ through the Sunday School, 

Central Training School— The new Teaching books were taught at Guess Road 
Baptist Church on Friday, March 10, from 7:00—11:00 p.m. Some 21 of our churches 
were represented by 117 people. In addition, the new video tapes produced by the 
Sundaj'^ School Board were shown to every age group. 

Vacation Bible School Clinic On Tuesday, April 11, two sessions were held to 

instruct Vacation Bible School workers in our churches. We involved 148 people 
from 29 of our churches. 

Pastor-Staff-S. S. Director Workshop— Dr. Warren Mallard of Charlotte led 
a Sunday School preview/planning meeting for pastors, staff personnel, and S.S. 
Directors in our association at Grey Stone Church on May 22. Seventy —eight 
people from 28 churches participated in this dinner meeting. 

Sunday School Leadership Night— The final major event was held on September 
12, 1978 at Angier Avenue Church as a spring board for the new church year. Our 
best attendance for the year was recorded with 225 people learning how to plan, 
administer, and teach more effectively. Twenty -eight churches participated in this 
conference. 

In addition to these major events we were fortunate to have Dr. Lee Porter from 
the Sunday School Board at Braggtown on June 2 for a youth/adult curriculum 
workshop. Dr. Porter spent most of his time comparing and contrasting the three 
curriculum lines which are now available for youth and adults to study— Life and 
Work, Convention Uniform and Bible Book. 

A high point for our association was the Key Leadership Conference on August 
28. The Sunday School meeting was well attended with 37 people, representing 25 
churches, learning how the Sunday School may be used to help us achieve the goals 
of Bold Missions. 

In conclusion, it is our prayer that more individuals and churches will catch a 
vision of how the Sunday School can be used to reach more men, women, £ind 
children for Jesus Christ and then to help churches do a better job of teaching the 
biblicgd revelation so that more individuals will be brought to a human/divine 
encounter. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Johnny E. Ross 

REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

As was noted in our report last year. Church Training has a long way to go yet to 
begin to reach the days it once knew. However, it is this very challenge that has 
made many of us interested in its revival. We feel that there is a place and need for 
the training and "equipping" of our church members now, more than ever before. 

It was my privilige to be the "official host" for Dr. Grady C. Cothen, president of 
the Sunday School Board, when he visited our association in May. On trips to and 
from the airport, we discussed what has happened to Training Union and Church 
Training in the past several years. He concurred with my opinion that after trying 
many innovations. Church Training has gone "full circle," and is now back to some 
of the basics that worked so well a few years .igo. 

I attended a leadership conference at Ridgecrest in the summer of 1977, in 
preparation for working with the Yates Associational Church Training program for 
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Conference May 15-17 at Ridgecrest. 

After several years of dreaming, planning and praying, our "Training Extrava- 
ganza was held May 1 and 2 at Grace Baptist Church. Dr. Grady C. Cothen, Dr. 
Roy T. Edgemon, director of the Church Training Department of the Baptist Sunday 
School Board, Dr. Randall Lolley, president of Southeastern Seminary, Roy Smith, 
Assistant General Secretary -Treasurer of our State Convention, and Maurice Cooper 
of the State Church Training and Ministries Department were among the top 
personnel participating. 

Our Key Leadership Conference was held on August 28 at Grey Stone Baptist 
Church. Brevard Brown conducted the conference for Church Training leadership. 
Twelve churches were represented. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Floyd Rhodes, Jr., Director 

REPORT OF THE WOMAN S MISSIONARY UNION 

During this period of emphasis in Bold Missions the Associational Woman's 
Missionary Union has been trying to encourage missionary education to develop 
missionary concern, and to express Christian love through various activities. 

To encourage missioneiry education, a leadership conference was held at University 
Church, providing training for all leaders in local church W. M. U.'s. Baptist 
Women's Day of Prayer for Christians in all parts of the world was held in 
cooperation with the black Baptist women in our area on November 6. 

We have ministered to various groups. Homemade cookies and candy were sent 
to the women at the N. C. Correctional Center for Women at Christmas. We also 
continued our ministries at Murdoch and our associational food pantry. 

Several activities were planned for our youth and other age levels. Our Baptist 
Women enjoyed carrying their pastor to a Pastor's Appreciation Dinner. The GA's 
and Acteens participated in an Associational Track Meet. 

We see several needs in the area of W. M. U. in our churches. We need committed 
leaders at all age levels. We need more young women and girls and this will happen 
only when we have more leaders. There is a well -trained, dedicated W. M. U. council 
waiting to help any local church in their W. M. U. work. They would like to visit 
each and every church in our association as we all strive to be bold in our missionary 
concern and endeavor. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, Director 

REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The following events were sponsored by this council during 1977-78. 
Music Directors Fellowship Dinner 

On October 24, 1977, the Music Council sponsored a fellowship dinner preceeding 
the first session of our 1977 Associational Annual Meeting. This meeting was well 
attended and offered music ministers and directors in our association an excellent 
opportunity to fellowship and share ideas. 

Children's Choir Workers Seminar 

This seminar was held at Grace Baptist Church on Saturday, October 29, from 
9:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon. Mr. Don Bearfield of Mills Home Baptist Church conducted 
the seminar. Mr. Bearfield is an outstanding leader in children's choir work and has 
recently been featured at Ridgecrest Conference Center. 

The seminar was designed for workers with preschool 4's and 5's through sixth 
grade choirs. Several children's choir workers from our association took advantage 
of this event and as a result were better equipped for their local music ministry. 

Area Rehearsal-for State Youth Choir Festival 

This event was an effort to encourage participation in the State Youth Choir 
Festival. The rehearsal included sectional work with all four voice parts led by 



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different music ministers. Carrboro served as the host church for this event. 

Choral Clinic for Adult Choirs 

This cHnic was held on April 16th from 2:00 p. m. to 4:00 p. m. at First Baptist 
Church. Our guest director for the event was Mr. Charles Storey, Association 
Director, Church Music Department, Baptist State Convention of N. C. Printed 
music for this event was made available through the association office at discount 
rates. A choral worship service was opened to the public at 4:00 p. m. following the 

Associational Music Reference Library 

This library was maintained throughout the year by the music council. The 
library is housed in the associational office and is available during the office hours. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Larry Dickens, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE 
The Deacons' Committee last year had Dr. Nathan Brooks on December 1 and 

Dr. Cecil Seagle on December 2 for two very good nights. Individuals that attended 

had two nights of insight and inspiration in the field of Deacon Ministry. 

Plans were made for 1978-79 under the leadership of Cecil Vaughan from Durham 

Memorial. The deacons and deaconesses will have great leadership this year in 

Cecil. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hugh Hicks, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 

The 1977-78 church year was not a banner year for the Brotherhood, but it was a 
good year. 

A lot of emphasis was placed on mission education this year. The Baptist Men's 
Prayer Retreat held in April at the Yates Camp Ground featured presentations by 
Dr. Ed Kanoy and Crafton Mitchell on their work in the Caribbean and Guatamala 
respectively. Also many of our churches held rallies to encourage Baptist Men and 
RA groups to stress mission awareness and involvement. 

The RA Track Meet held at Durham Academy was a success again this year and 
included RA groups from approimately ten churches. 

The September Training Conference was held jointly with the W. M. U. at Bragg- 
town this year. This may become an annual joint training sessioin. 

The 1978 Associational Crusader Car Competition was held October 21, 1978 at 
Page Road Baptist Church. This is a favorite event every year for boys and Dads. 

In 1978-^79 we will be praying for bold commitments from men in our Association 
to seek out the real needs in their church community and become seriously involved 
in meeting these needs. Again mission awareness will be an emphasis in 1978-79. 

A few of the men have been involved in working with the Camp Committee to 
help in restoration of the Matthew T. Yates homeplace. It is hoped that men's 
groups will adopt this as a project during the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J, Edwin Coouch, Director 

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION CHURCH 
MEDIA CENTER ORGANIZATION 

The Associational Church Media Center Organization met four times during the 
church year. The first meeting was held at Ridgecrest Baptist Church, November 
5. Topics for discussion were "Aids and Lists for Selection of Materials" and "Helps 
for Cataloging and Organization" led by Mrs. Clara Crabtree. 

On February 4, the group met in the Braggtown Church Media Center where 
those present pooled their ideas for promoting the use of the Media Center within 
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Mrs. Janie Clements demonstrated techinques for cataloging, processing, and 
repairing books, and Mrs. Sue Freeman discussed the vertical file when the group 
met at Carrboro Baptist Church on May 6. 

The last meeting was held in the Media Center at Grey Stone Church on August 
5. Recruiting and training media assistants was the topic for discussion. 

Four meetings have been planned for the new church year. Media directors will 
receive notices of the meetings. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. W. A. Crabtree, Director 
REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Advisory Council of the Yates Association met bi-monthly during this 
past year. We had a good time of fellowship and planning with our brothers in 
Christ. 

Our "Big Event" came during the month of April with a Youth Happening! Sports 
Event) at Cresset Baptist Church. We had approximately ten churches participating 
in the "Happening." That night, the musical group, Genesis,performed in concert at 
Guess Road Baptist Church. We had approximately twenty churches represented. 

Young people are a very important part of our churches. May we continue to 
remember them in our prayers as our Lord uses them in a grand and glorious way. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Philip K. Whitt, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

Two roads are now being built at the camp and will be completed this year. 

The State Department of Transportation has paid $1200.00 for widening Hwy. 98 
and the U. S. Corps of Engineers has paid $59,685 for 40 acres more or less for the 
Falls Lake Project which leaves us about 52 acres. 

The Matthew Tyson Yates birthplace and pack house have been moved to the 
camp and are being rebuilt into a learning center about missionaries. 
Our perennial water problems are in the process of solution with the installation of a 
10,000 gallon water storage tank and the necessary piping for it. 

A. B. Stone, Jr. has worked diligently toward acquisition of the adjacent properties 
to the east to replace those taken. 

The Brotherhood has helped with projects at the camp thanks to Ed Couch. 

Fish have been re-stocked in the pond and are growing slowly. 

Anticipating construction of the Falls Lake we have a path cleared along the 
shoreline and a canoe access site prepgo-ed and look forward to this being a high 
point of many trips to the camp. We also have construction drawings prepared for 
two kinds of overnight camping structures when money is available for construc- 
tion. 

Our Camp Director, Mr, George W. Ray, Sr., and our caretaker, Mrs. George 
Funderburk, together with the entire committee and many others have helped make 
this a good year for the camp. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George C. Love, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE 

The F. D. C. was instructed to make a study of the Yates Baptist Association, its 
purpose and goals based upon a motion passed at the May 1977 Board Meeting. 
The following is the result of that directive. 

The F. D. C. has worked diligently during the past year in an effort to determine 
what course the Yates Association should take in the coming years. As in-depth 
evaluation of the following areas of study with respect to the association was 
undertaken by specially appointed sub-committees consisting of laymen and pastors: 
Population Trends, Community Physical Facilities, Welfare and Social Services 
Agencies, Courts and Police, Church Data and Trends. With the valuable assistance 



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of Roy Smith, Assistant to Dr. Cecil Ray, interviews were conducted, questionnaires 
sent out, and hearings held. All the information was gathered and made into a 
booklet titled "Yates Association Self Study." Every possible effort was undertaken 
to solicit input from every church. 

The findings of the committee were presented on May 9 to the Associational 
Board meeting at Angier AA'^enue Baptist Church. Those present were divided into 
five study groups corresponding to the five previously mentioned sub-committees 
and analyzed the data presented. The recommendations of these five study groups 
were presented to the full body and discussed. Everyone was encouraged to add 
other points they felt worthy of consideration. These recommendations were then 
listed by the full body according to their priority and the F. D. C. studied them 
in-depth. A plan of action aimed at bringing these recommendations into reality 
was formulated. 

Based on the preceding explanation of the work of the F. D. C, we submit the 
following: 

Recommendations 

1. The association adopt a five-year program of growth and ministry based on the 
eleven (11) top priority needs. 

2. The association elect three Commissions 

(1) Church Development (five pastors-five laity) 

a. Organizational Development-Leadership Training 

b. Evangelism 

c. Family Life Emphasis ^ 

(2) Church Extension (five pastors-seven laity) 

a. New Missions-mission Sunday Schools 

b. Christian Social Ministries 

c. Resort Missions 

d. Catalogue needs/services of the Social Service Administrations 

(3) Fellowship-Mutual Care (five pastors-five laity) 

a. Pastoral Counseling Corps 

b. Associational Recreation Program 

c. Seek more lay involvement 

d. Orientation for new pastors and church staff 

e. Special attention to areas that rnay feel "Left Out" 

3. The association encourage each church to elect commissions corresponding to 
the association's commissions 

4. The chairman of each comission, the moderator and vice moderator comprise a 
long-range planning committee for the association. This committee shall present an 
annual report to the association outlining proposed programs of work with a 
statement of clear, measureable goals. 

5. A constitution committee be elected to bring recommended revisions to the 
association. 

6. The association request each church to contribute at least 3% of their regular, 
undesignated receipts for the support of the association. 

7. That the purpose and objectives of the association be clearly stated in Article I 
of the Constitution. 

8. That the Missions Committee and the Long Range Planning Committee conduct 
an annual evaluation of the association's work with the Director of Missions. 

9. That the association seek a Director of Missions who is capable of providing 
leadership in the priority areas adopted by the association. 

10. That the association provide renumeration for the Director of Missions 
comparable to other associations our size. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. L. D. Harward, Jr., Chairman 



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REPORT OF THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE 

The Radio and TV Committee met several times during the year to formulate a 
program of action that would involve all the churches of the association. Because 
the music industry is allowing virtually anything on record and because there is no 
effort to resist the trend toward immoral recording, the committee proposed a plan 
of action cedled "Music Awareness." The plan was simple in its approach. Individuals 
in churches were asked to listen alertly to music being aired on radio. By forming a 
top 10 list of wholesome songs we would encourage these radio stations to play the 
better songs. This was to be done by use of cards, letters or phone calls. The 
approach was designed not to be critical but positive in encouraging good music. 

The committee believes that this kind of program is a continuing necessity in our 
area. Personal involvement in what is happening is our world is necessary if we 
would shape the things to come. 

The committee also discussed other opportunities in the field of radio and 
television but were not led to pursue any course of action. We wish to encourage the 
churches to be in touch with the new Christian TV channel which will be seeking to 
use local churches in periodic local programs. 

Respectfully submitted, 
W. T. Brogden, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

It is wonderful what God is doing through our N. C. State Evangelism Office. A 
Key Leadership Conference was held at Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly in May. All 
the areas of our state convention were represented except two. (78 out of 80) 

During our meeting we were challenged to set up a local task force using the ratio 
of eight persons for every one hundred resident members. If this proposal was 
followed by our churches in this state, we would have 65,000 trained and committed 
soul winners. If each one of these task force members were to lead one person to 
Christ in a year, we would more than double our baptisms in North Carolina for the 
year 1977. 

A Key Leadership Conference was held August 28th at Grey Stone Baptist 
Church with approximately 300 attending. Eighteen churches were represented in 
the evangelism meeting. 

Our Evangelism Committee scheduled a School of Evangelism at Park View 
Baptist Church on April 6-8. Another School of Evangelism will be held on March 1- 
3 at Temple Baptist Church. 

On August the 18th the N. C. Youth Evangelism Conference was held in Greens- 
boro, N. C. There were about 12,500 people present with Dr. Bill Rogue bringing 
the message. Approximately 287 souls made decisions. 

The North Carolina Evangelism Conference was held in Greensboro during 
February, 1978. It was very inspirational. There were about 3,500 pastors and 
visitors attending. 

There are tentative plans for a Mini Evangelism Conference next July, 1979, and 
an area-wide crusade in 1980. 

Your Evangelism Committee requests your prayers as we seek God's leadership 
to help Yates Baptist Association in being a witnessing station for our Lord Jesus 
Christ until He comes again. 

_ . Respectfully submitted, 

Julius H. Lee, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE INTERFAITH COMMITTEE 

An associational conference was planned to provide helps for pastors and lay- 
persons in the area of different faiths. Unfortunately, the leader scheduled was 
unable to attend and the conference was cancelled. 

Information concerning an area-wide cult-awareness conference was mailed to 
each pastor. This conference was also cancelled. The Baptist State Convention 



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Office hopes to reschedule this at a later date. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Aubrey Jones, Chairman 

REPORT OF LAUBACH 

There were no Laubach training courses held in the past year; one is planned for 
November 10-11 of this year. We had two people to attend and complete a training 
course held in Raleigh to prepare them to teach English to speakers of other 
languages. Our training courses prepare volunteers to tutor non-readers and people 
who cannot speak the English language. This ministry continues to go forward 
under the direction of Mrs. Ruby West with the assistance of Mrs. Meiry Whaley. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Mary Whaley, Assistant 

REPORT OF THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordinations Committee was called upon by seven churches in 1978 to assist 
in the examination of seen candidates for the ministry. After examination, they 
were recommended by the Committee to their churches for ordination: 

November 1 - Gary McCall at the request of Olive Branch Baptist Church 
January 24 - Doyle Holder at the request of Rose of Sharon Baptist Church 
March 16 - John Daugherty at the request of Parkwood Baptist Church 
May 8 - Ernie Hall at the request of Mt. Hermon Baptist Church 
May 15 - Steve Paschall at the request of Temple Baptist Church 
May 30 - Mark Harper at the request of Braggtown Baptist Church 
August 14 - Lindsay F. Miller, III at the request of Park View Baptist Church 

Respectfully submitted, 

Kermit Gray, Chairman 

REPORT OF SINGLES 30 - 50 

Our first meeting was held at Angier Avenue Baptist Church on June 17, 1978. 
Seven (7) persons attended in addition to Mr. Mumford. 

The second meeting (orgainzational meeting) was held July 8, 1978 at Grey Stone 
Baptist Church. Four (4) first-timers were in attendance. 

On August 12, 1978, we met at the residence of Bernice Eubanks. Seven (7) new 
persons attended this meeting. 

Our most recent meeting was held at Durham Memorial Baptist Church on 
September 9, 1978, and nine (9) persons attended their first meeting of our group. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Millard Page, President 

REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 50 

Singles over 50 began the fourth year of activities with a cook-out at Wrightwood 
Park, where everyone enjoyed hamburgers, hot dogs with all the trimmings and 
delicious homemade desserts. This group started out as the Singles over 40, but 
with rapid growth and interest of those 30 to 50 years of age a new group was 
formed. Our group preferred to use the name Singles over 50. During the year 
monthly meetings were usually held on the first Saturday for Christian fellowship, 
fun and good food. 

All during the year we have enjoyed such things as homemade ice cream, 
watermelon slicing, several covered-dish meals, a trip by the members, some who 
had never visited the Yates Baptist Association Campgrounds, and a very enjoyable 
chartered bus trip to the Chinqua Penn Plantation. 

Membership is open to anyone over 50 years of age who has lost a mate by death 
or divorce, or is unmarried. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Each 
member contributes twenty-five cents each meeting to help defray £iny expenses 



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incurred at the meetings. Notice of the meetings is carried in the NEWS published 
by the Association monthly. Visitors usually enjoy the Christian fellowship so 
much they become members. We have approximately 65 to 70 members on the roll. 

Officers serving this year are: President, Mrs. Mary M. King; Secretary-Treasurer, 
Mrs. Gertrude M. Williams; Program Chairperson, Mrs. Pattie Maulden. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Mary M. King, President 

REPORT OF SENIOR ADULTS 

This is the year in which we have been able to launch a Senior Adult group in our 
association. The first general meeting was held at First Church on January 16 in the 
evening. 

An organizational meeting was held at Temple Church on February 9. On March 
22 another organizational meeting was held at Temple, this time a covered-dish 
luncheon from 11:30 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. The frequency, time and places of meetings, 
the number of officers, and several other items of business were all decided. 

After covered-dish luncheons on May 11 at Angier Avenue Baptist Church and 
August 10 at First Baptist Church, and several changes of officers, plans were 
completed for 1978-79. 

An additional treat was offered to the group on October 10 when 58 journeyed by 
bus to Camp Caraway for the day. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, President 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the Yates 
Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1977. My examination 
was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standsirds and accordingly 
included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
I considered necessary in the circumstances, except that it was not practical to 
extend my examination of income beyond the recorded receipts. 

In my opinion, subject to the above qualifications, the accompanying statement 
of cash receipts and expenditures presents fairly the recorded cash transactions of 
the Yates Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1977 on a 
basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Frank D. Nelson, CPA Auditor 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

Definite progress was made during the year toward starting a church south of 
Chapel Hill-Carrboro. Tentative arrangements were made for using a school building 
initially for Sunday services. It is hoped that services may be started before the 
first of the year. The committee is continuing communications with the owner of a 
prospective site. 

The committee is still investigating a possible site in the Bahama-Roxboro Road 
area. 

Although the 41/2 acres on Garrett Road was initially purchased as a church site, 
it is no longer needed for that purpose, and the committee is convinced that the 
property must be kept in our possession. It is centrally located, easily accessible, an 
ideal property for our office eventually, and also for recreation facilities, outdoor 
and indoor as well. 

The New Life Baptist Church, formerly known as Triangle Fellowship Baptist 
Church, has requested that they be brought under the watchcare of Yates Associa- 
tion. The request made by the church to the association states: "As a Southern 
Baptist Church located in Durham County, and desiring the fellowship of sister 
Southern Baptist Churches of Yates Baptist Association, New Life Baptist Church 
requests to come under watchcare of the Yates Baptist Association, and to cooperate 



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with guidelines established by the Association in regard to the permanent location 
of the church." 

This committee recommends that the requesting church be brought under watch- 
care of Yates Baptist Association. 

It was brought to the attention of this committee that Mike Arges (member of 
Park View Baptist Church) has been appointed as Director of Student Ministries at 
the University of Delaware. The present operating budget of $1,596.00 is underwrit- 
ten by Delaware Baptist Association and the present salary of $4,200.00 is under- 
written by Maryland Baptist State Convention and National Student Ministries. 

Additional funds are sought because of needs in transportation, additional salary, 
and operating expenses. Churches of Yates Baptist Association have been asked to 
help with this Bold Missions Project, 

The Missions Committee recommends to Yates Association that we: (1) look on 
this venture with favor, (2) recommend this Bold Missions project to the churches, 
(3) commend those churches that have joined together to provide financial support 
for this project and encourage others to make this a part of their ministry, (4) strive 
in the coming year to develop an interrelating ministry with the association in 
Delaware. 

Response to this point has been encouraging. Commitments for around $1,900.00 
from now through December have been received with the promise of around $85.00 
per month for the coming year. All funds are to be channeled through Park View 
Baptist Church. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Richard Shaw, Chairmaii 

REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

The Community Ministries Committee has been involved in several important 
projects this year. 

The "Adopt a Cottage" program at Murdoch Center is progressing slowly, but 
surely. Unsatisfied with our initial response from our churches, we are in the process 
of working out a visual presentation (film or slides) to take to individual churches. 
It is our prayer that when church members can actually see for themselves the great 
needs of Murdoch, they will be moved to adopt a cottage and help meet some of 
these needs. 

The Committee has also sponsored Drug Abuse workshops in all but a few of our 
churches. Along the same line, we have encouraged any churches who have not 
already done so, to provide an opportunity for their members to hear the moving 
testimony of Mr. Ted Stone which deals with his struggle with drugs. 

The future of juvenile offenders has also been a real concern of this committee. 
Mrs. Geraldine Burt, After Care Specisdist for the 14th District Court, Juvenile 
Division, came to our committee for help. She told us about the great need there 
was for people in our churches to "adopt" some of these youthful offenders who 
were returning to their homes in Durham from area training schools. She wanted 
people who could be friends, tutors, encouragers, etc. for these young people who 
neeoed guidsuice £uid caring in order to straighten their lives out. The committee 
sent out inserts for church bulletins describing this ministry and Mrs. Burt has told 
us that many people responded. 

The Mental Health Association of Durham County has sent this committee a 
letter asking for help from our churches in ministering to Durham County residents 
at John Umstead Hospital. We hope to respond to this request as soon as we can 
get the "Adopt a Cottage" program at Murdoch on its feet. 

In addition to the other projects mentioned, the committee continues to endorse 
and encourage all churches to support the Laubach Literacy ministry and the 
"Concern for Children" (child abuse) ministry. 

Finally, let me say that the office of the Assistant Secretary on Alcohol and Drug 
Abuse of North Carolina would like to encourage churches to provide funds for 
pastors to receive training in alcohol and drug abuse, so that we may increase our 



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effectiveness in working with substEince abuse. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Bruce C. Little, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE 
October 23-24, 1978 

Be it resolved that— 

We express our grateful appreciation to Rev. Hubert Mumford for the able £ind 
dedicated leadership which he has given to the Yates Association during the past 25 
years as Director of Missions, and to his wife who has so steadfastly stood by his 
side in his work. From Psalm 128 we are reminded: "Blessed is the man who feareth 
the Lord, that walketh in his ways." 

We express to the Plainview, Calvary, and Cresset churches our thanks for their 
hospitality during the 1978 Annual Meeting of the Yates Association, and especially 
to the Calvary church and Group HI for providing the noon meal, this group being 
made up of Calvary, Cheek Heights, Durheim Memorial, Faith, Fieldcrest, First, 
Gorman, Grace, Holloway Street, Plainview, Red Mountain, and Ridgecrest church- 
es. We commend the special speakers Robert McClemon, Keith Parks, and Rev. 
Mumford for bringing us messages of chedlenge and inspiration, and appreciate the 
music presented by the Cresset Youth Minister and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard- 
son, the music ministers of Yates Association, and the Sanctuary Choir of Yates 
Church. 

We remember with love Eind appreciation our fellow workers in the Lord who have 
gone from our midst to their heavenly home during the past Associational yeEir. 

We express grateful appreciation to the Moderator Rev. Julian N. Motley for his 
leadership and gracious conduct of the business of the Yates Association, and 
commend the clerk of the Association, Mr. John Deeds, for his accurate and faithful 
recording of the minutes of the Association. 

We pledge our support to the incoming officers and committee leadership who 
will be charged with the work of the Yates Association for the coming year, and 
pray God's leadership to uphold them. 

We affirm our confidence and committment to the Bold Missions effort that is 
being promoted by the Southern Baptist Convention to reach the world for our 
Lord Jesus Christ in our century. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. John A. Freeman 
Resolutions Committee, 1978 
Mrs. John A. Freeman, Chairman 
Mrs. C. N. Royal 
REPORT OF THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 
October 24, 1978 
Establishment of Committee 
The Future Development Committee was instructed to make a study of the Yates 
Baptist Association, its purposes and goals based upon a motion by the May 1977 
Board meeting. The following are the results of that directive. 

Committee Make-up 
Those serving on the F. D. C. are: Billy R. Garrett, Vance E. Fisher, Floyd 
Fletcher, Bill Clayton, Doug Porterfield and myself, Judy Harward. 

Those serving on sub-committees were: Norman Goss, Curtis Crutchfield, Crate 
Jones, Bruce Little, Buddy Lynam, Ray Rogers, W. H. Sparrow, Robert Winecoff 
and Janet Whitaker. 

Consultant 

The committee was authorized to hire Roy J. Smith, Associate Secretary to Dr. 
Cecil Ray in the State Baptist Convention office. We are deeply indebted to Roy for 
his valuable assistance. 



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Development and Research of Information 

Various methods were employed to research our study. Questionnaires were mailed 
to every church, the executive board and key church leadership concerning the work 
of the association and their degree of satisfaction with it.. Suggestions for improve- 
ment were solicited. A hearing was held for personal input concerning the needs of 
the churches and how the association could help meet these needs. 

Sub-committees dealing with Population Trends, Community Physical Facilities, 
Welfare and Social Services Agencies, Courts and Police, and Church Data and 
Trends were established and we went out into the community seeking pertinent 
information. What are the needs of our community and how can the association 
help meet these needs was our concern. 

All the information was gathered, sorted, and made into a booklet titled "Yates 
Association Self Study." The findings of the committee were presented at the May 
9, 1978 Association Board meeting. Those present were given copies of the self 
study booklet and were divided into 5 groups corresponding to the 5 study areas. 
The groups analyzed the data presented and formulated recommendations to present 
to the full body and discuss. Everyone was encouraged to add other points they felt 
worthy of consideration. These recommendations were then prioritized by the full 
body as the most important needs of the association. 

The F. D. C. has, since that time, studied thoroughly these recommendations and 
have attempted to develop a plan of action aimed at bringing these recommendations 
into reality. The prioritized needs were presented to pastors and the executive 
board at the Bold Missions Conference along with recommendations by our commit- 
tee. I wish to stress the emphasis we placed on input from the people. You told us 
what you wanted and we sought a way to help you achieve your goals. 

Priority Needs of Association 

At this time, I wish to give you for your information the list of priority needs in 
order of their importance as voted on May 9. 

Recommendations 

The recommendations we are now submitting to you are based on these eleven 
priority needs of the association. These recommendations are a master plan to bring 
into reality the goals and objectives established at the May 1977 Board meeting. 
The priorities fell into three distinct categories, resulting in the three Commissions 
referred to in item #J . You will notice the amount of laity involvement. Equal laity 
and pastors in the Church Development and Fellowship-Mutual Care Commissions 
and more laity in the Church Extension Commission. It is the firm and practiced be- 
lief of the Future Development Committee and the consistent sentiment of the 
results of the questionnaires, hearing and May 7 board input that more laity involve- 
ment is essential to the success of the Yates Baptist Association in the future. This 
was the number 6 priority need. 

Church Development^ (read recommendation) 

This commission starts at home and addresses itself to the needs within each 
individual church. This commission's establishment is based on Priorities #3, #5, 
and #1 . It provides leadership training to help the churches do their jobs. It 
addresses itself to the need for more evangelism emphasis. It answers the plea for a 
church emphasis on programs for full family development and involvement. 

Church Extension 

This commission reaches out into the community and addresses itself to the 
needs of the unchurched in our area. It speaks to Priorities #8, #9, and #10. 
Attention is given to new areas of population growth. Are we assessible to the 
people in newly developed areas? Where are people moving and what sections need 
our witness? Are smaller churches finding themselves unable to meet the increased 
demands upon them as their community grows? The self-study guide is available to 
help answer these questions. The needs of the Social Service Administrations should 
be dealt with and volunteers are desperately needed. What about the child abuser, 



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the child, the alcohoHc, the addict, the prisoner, the unwed mother, the wife-beater 
and the wife? What about John Q. Citizen who needs the gospel in action? 

Fellowship-Mutual Care (read recommendations) 
This commission addresses itself to priorities #2, #4, #6, and #7. This is where 
we address our own needs. Our pastors have needs they aren't free to discuss with 
everyone just as the layman does. Personal problems do not confine themselves to 
the layman. What about work burdens? It goes with the job, but that doesn't 
lighten the load. Pastors, laymen, and churches all share in the fact that at times, 
we need help. We need each other. We need to consider each other's needs. We need 
to play together and work together, cry together and laugh together. We all need 
someone to care. All data our committee collected showed a key attitude of and I 
quote, "they run it and we don't have any part in it.", end of quote. Our needs are 
not the same and we need someone to help. Small churches-large churches. Let's 
strengthen our fellowship and expand to meet challenges together. 

(2) (read recommendation) 

This recommendation addresses priority #1J and is self-explanatory. What are 
we going to do with these priorities, how are we going to do it, where are we going to 
do it, and when will it be done? 

(3) (read recommendation) 

One person in each church should be designated as the liaison between the church 
and each commission. This person would keep the local church abreast of the work 
of the commissions and would input into the commissions for the church. 

(4) (read recommendation) 
We accomplish what we plan to accomplish. If we have no plans, we have no 
accomplishments. This committee would replace the Future Development Com- 
mittee and would work in conjunction with all areas of interest. It would work with 
the Council and would coordinate programs and plans of our Association. The 
Future Development Committee places great emphasis on the formation of this 
committee. This committee speaks to Priority #11. 

What we are presenting to you now would require many constitutional changes 
and a committee to develop the most effective way of handling these changes would 
be needed. 

(6) (read recommendation) 

In order to make these priorities a reality, finances are essential. If every church 
adhered to this recommendation, the association would have an annual budget of 
about $150,000. We are looking ahead to BOLD ACCOMPLISHMENTS but they 
will not be possible without BOLD GIVING on the part of our churches. We 
support what we believe in. The association needs the financial resources to make 
the goals a reality. 

(7) (read recommendation) 

This recommendation addresses itself again to Priority #ii and is self-explana- 
tory. 

(8) (read recommendation) 

We need to know how well we are fulfilling our goals and objectives and to 
evaluate our programs. Where are we toward meeting our long range schedules? Do 
we need to alter our course, reset our priorities or begin anew with some particular 
area? What's needed today may be needed ten years from now, but then again, it 
may not. Let's critique ourselves. Jobs are usually done in the given allotment of 
time. If we have ten weeks to do something, it takes ten weeks to do it, providing 
we have to report on it in ten weeks. If it takes ten days, the same principle applies. 

(9) (read recommendation) 

We need a Bold Leader to guide us to our Bold Accomplishments. We'll discuss 



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this more later, 

(10) (read recommendation) 

We must adequately support our leader. We are asking for a lot. We should be 
wiUing to pay for it. 

POSITION DESCRIPTION 

At the present time, the Y ates Baptist Association has no job description 
pertaining to the Director of Missions. With the retirement of Mr. Hubert Mumford 
in February and with the establishment of the Search Committee to replace him, 
the Future Development Committee submits the following Position Description. 

Submission of Recommendation end Position Description 

At this time, the Future Development Committee respectfully and unanimously 
submits the preceding Recommendations and Position Description to this body for 
their official action. 

PRIORITY NEEDS OF YATES ASSOCIATION 

1. Family Life Emphasis 

2. Christ Centered Recreation 

3. Church Development (organization) reverse declining trends 

4. Pastoral Counseling Corps 

5. Associational Evangelism Emphasis 

6. More laity involvement 

7. Mutual Care-Fellowship, Support for churches with needs 

8. New missions in growth areas 

9. Missions Ministries 

10. Cataloging needs/services of Social Service Administrations 

11. Clear goals-long range planning 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

1 . The association adopt a five-year program of growth £ind ministry based on the 
eleven (11) top priority needs. 

2. The association elect three Commissions 

(1) Church Development (five pastors-five laity) 

a. OrgEuiizational Development-Leadership Training 

b. Evangelism 

c. Family Life Emphasis 

(2) Church Extension (five pastors-seven laity) 

a. New Missions-mission Sunday Schools 

b. Christian Social Ministries 

c. Resort Missions 

d. Catalogue needs/services of the Social Service Administrations 

(3) Fellowship-Mutual Care (five pastors-five laity) 

a. Pastoral Counseling Corps 

b. Associational Recreation Program 

c. Seek more lay involvement 

d. Orientation for new pastors and church staff 

e. Special attention to areas that may feel "Left Out" 

3. The association encourage each church to elect commissions corresponding to 
the association's commissions 

4. The chairman of each commission, the moderator and vice moderator comprise 
a long-range planning committee for the association. This committee shall present 
an annual report to the association outlining proposed programs of work with a 
statement of clear, measurable goals. 

5. A constitution committee be elected to bring recommended revisions to the 
association. 

6. The association request each church to contribute 3 percent of their regular, 
undesignated receipts for the support of the association. 



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7. That the purpose and objectives of the association be clearly stated in Article I 
of the Constitution. 

8. That the Missions Committee £ind the Long Range Planning Committee conduct 
an annual evaluation of the association's work with the Director of Missions. 

9. That the association seek a Director of Missions who is capable of providing 
leadership in the priority areas adopted by the association. 

10. That the association provide remuneration for the Director of Missions 
comparable to other associations our size. 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 
YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Basic Skills and Characteristics 

1. ChristiEin commitment, soundness in the faith, a demonstrated churchman- 
ship. 

2. Knowledge of how local churches, association and the Baptist State Conven- 
tion work together. 

3. Ability to guide staff in planning and coordination. 

4. Ability to administer staff. 

5. Familiarity with Yates Baptist Association organization and work. 

6. Skilled in budget preparation and administration. 

7. Gifted in public speaking. 

8. Demonstrated leadership ability; capable of motivating others. 

9. A good writer. 

10. A positive attitude; capable of being a "team" person. 

11. Gifted in public relations. 

12. Knowledge of how Yates Baptist Association relates to the Baptist State 
Convention. 

13. Creative-person of wisdom. 

14. Ability to relate to all kinds of churches. 

POSITION DESCRIPTION 

Position Assignment 

Title: Director of Missions, Yates Baptist Association 

Recruited by : Search Committee 

Recommended by: Search Committee and Missions Committee 

Elected by: The Association of the Executive Committee 

Working Relationships 

Reports to: The Executive Committee and the Association 

Supervises:.... Office staff and Associational staff 

Works cooperatively with: All organizations, committees and councils 

of the association, the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion 

Basic Function: 

serves as the chief administrative and program officer of the association. 
Responsibilities : 

1. Promotes the total program of the association. 

2. Serves as ex officio member on all committees and aids them by 
providing information, printed materials and needed guidance for the work of the 
committees. 

3. Coordinates the work of all organizations and committees in the associa- 
tion. 

4. Works with appropriate committees in the development of a long range 
program of work and development. 

5. Works with appropriate committees in the development of annual 
objectives, measureable goals and proposals based on developments, trends and 
needs in the association. 



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6. Interprets to the churches the program resources and other assistance 
available from the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and Southern Baptist 
Convention agencies. 

7. Seeks to assist the member churches in spiritual growth, ministry and 

outreach. 

8. Makes himself available to pastors and laity for counseling and guidance 
relative to personal problems. 

9. Counsels with pastors, church staff, associational leaders, and others 
concerning problems pertinent to their work. 

10. Works with appropriate committee in providing orientation for new 
pastors and church staff. 

11. Provides leadership in discovering mission needs and opportunities. 

12. Edits the associational newsletter. 

13. Works with the appropriate committee in an annual evaluation of all 
associational employees. 

14. Works with the appropriate committees in conducting an annual 
evaluation of the association's work. 

15. Maintains a plan for personal and professional development. 

NEW STAFF MEMBERS SINCE 1977 ANNUAL MEETING 



Pastors 

Ronald Arndt Homestead Heights 

Emory McMillan Bare Westwood Church 

Thomas W. Downing, Jr University 

Charles Harris First 

Billy Lynch Fieldcrest 

Reobert Phillips Lowe's Grove 

Robert Tyson Lystra 

R. Vincent Young Bethesda 

Others 

Raymond Alderson Calvary 

Richard Bruce Grey Stone 

Miss Bonnie Dughtie Durham Memorial Dowtie 

J. Wallace Fowler Grey Stone 

Otis H. Long, Jr Inmianuel 

Rick McDuffie Hope Valley 

John R. McKee Cresset 

Gary McKinna Cresset 

Mrs. SusEin Mabie Ebenezer 

John Mayfield Westwood 

Roy Melton Lowe's Grove 

Alan Moore Ephesus 

Mrs. Sharon Oakley Plainview 

Miss Rose Pleasants Rose of Sharon 

Johnny Pierce Homestead Heights 

Ms. Beth Rose Mt. Pisgah 

David Sparks Plainview 

Norman Stallings Olive Branch 

Robert Swanson Park View 

ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Oct.-Dec. 1977 Jan.-Sept., 1978 

CASH ON HAND: $ 5,965.84 $ 7,150.24 
RECEIPTS: 

From Churches 19.84^.02 45,767.15 

Sales Tax Refund ' none 651.43 

Camp 200.00 193.31 



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Camp Debt Retirement 

Video Tape 

Road Frontage Sale 

Camp Property Sale 

Borrowed 

Total Cash Available 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Church Expansion 

Evangelism 

Camp: Superintendent of Grounds 
Maintenance 
Insurance 

Capital Improvement 
Bond Retirement 

Library & VisuEil Aids 

Youth Council 

Ministers' Conference 
Sunday School 

Church Training 
W. M. U. 

Brotherhood 

Music 

Baptist Student Work 
Annual Meeting Committee 
Deacon's Committee 
Missions Committee 
Foundation Committee 
Literacy Committee 
Future Development Committee 
Contact Teleministry 
Inter-Faith Witness 
Research Triangle Missions Committee 
Ministers' Wives 
Singles Over 40 
Community Ministries 
Radio & TV Committee 
Pastors' Seminars 
Salaries: 

Director of Missions 
Administrative Assistant 
Clerk 

Part-time Secretaries 
Summer Youth Missions 

Office Expense: 

Rent 

Electricity 

Water 

Fuel 

Janitor 

Miscellaneous 

Telephone 

Postage 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Equipment Repairs 

Insurance 

Workmen's Compensation 



500.00 
none 
none 
none 

26,507.87 

116.05 
12.65 
555.00 
1,122.60 
35,00 
500.00 
1,697.01 
360.92 
none 
3.37 
27.57 
none 
15.01 
67.97 
133.27 
302.46 
539.06 
252.41 
none 
none 
(149.94) 
(564.06) 
150.00 
none 
4.76 
none 
none 
17.31 
none 
none 

2,424.96 
1,620.00 
350.00 
1,339.01 
77.80 



750.00 
40.57 
26.57 
162.18 
106.20 
32.74 
448.37 
873.50 
775.87 
125.88 
125.61 
. none 
none 



none 
221.71 
1,200.00 
59,685.00 
4,500.00 

19,368.84 

113.73 
224.56 
1,875.06 
2,084.99 
636.20 
4,684.33 
4,524.80 
865.82 
315.00 
33.59 
690.79 
182.31 
975.88 
233.18 
(161.45) 
300.00 
(60.00) 
12.80 
none 
none 
215.60 
636.91 
250.00 
none 
20.68 
37.35 
133.46 
214.99 
18.90 
none 

7,719.02 
4,265.96 

none 
4,755.12 

none 



2.250.00 
277.04 
65.51 
562.34 
327.14 
113.10 
1,589.46 
1,321.28 
278.34 
6,955.32 
38.40 
47.60 
none 



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Directories none 130.87 
Other Expenses: 
Director's Travel 

Director's Travel ^ 499.98 1,499.98 

Director's Housing 699.99 2,100.05 

Director's Retirement 1,228.44 1,885.50 

Director's Insurance 250.96 834.05 

Christmas Bonus 400.00 none 

Social Security: Adm. Assistant 120.82 258.02 

Secretaries 86.83 287.14 

Camp Superintendent 35.97 113.43 

Convention & Conferences none 243.41 

Printing 54.63 1,279.24 

Service Contracts none 189.00 

Incidentals 38.67 338.09 

Prayer Workshop 241.38 14.29 

Miscellaneous: 

N.C. Sales Tax 97.37 638.57 

Payroll Taxes none none 

Camp and Debt Retirement 1,125.00 5,375.69 

Emergency Ministry (90.91) 

Bold Missions Thrust 555.53 

Transferred To Savings 40,000.00 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS $ 19,357.63 $ 105,277.31 

Cash on Hand, General Fund, Sept. 30, 1978 $ 14,091.53 

Cash on Hand, Contingency Fund, Sept. 30, 1978 2,382.44 

TOTAL CASH ON HAND, SEPTEMBER 30, 1978 $ 16,473.97 

SUMMARY OF SPECIAL ACCOUNTS 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 11,631.03 
Dividends Earned $ 618.69 
Gift from Rochelle Will 2,595.95 
Borrowed to Pay for Equipment (4,500.00) 
Deposited from Sale of Property 40,000.00 

Balance at End of Year $ 50,345.67 

M.T. Yates Development Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 149.17 

Dividends Earned $ 8.04 

Balance at End of Year $ 157.21 

Camp Swimming Pool Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year 99.43 
Dividends Earned 5.36 

Balance at End of Year $ 104.79 

Church Expansion Fund 

Balance at Beginning of Year $1,182.85 

Balance at Beginning of Year $ 1,182.85 
Dividends Earned $ 63.76 

Balance at End of Year $ 1,246.61 



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REPORT OF THE AUDITOR 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1977 
Fund Balance 

1-1-77 



General $ 7,434.01 

Yates Home Development 149,17 

Camp Swimming Pool 99.43 

Church Expansion 1,182.85 

Camp Expansion 8,958.52 

Bold Missions Thrust 2,400.00 

Video-Tape Playback 546.50 

TOTALS $ 20,770.48 



Receipts 

$67,267.28 
8.04 
5.36 
63.76 
3,291.20 



Expend's. 

$ 67,491.05 



564.06 



$70,635.64 $68,055.1 



Balance 
1231-77 

$ 7,210.24 
157.21 
104.79 
1,246.61 
12,249.72 
1,835.94 
546.50 
$ 23,351.01 



Cash Balance at December 31, 1977 

Bank $ 9,532.68 

Petty Cash 60.00 

Security Savings and Loan 13,758.33 

TOTAL $ 23,351.01 

Yates Baptist Association is a non-profit religious organization which maintains 
its records on the cash receipts £md disbursements basis. 

1979 PROPOSED BUDGET 



1 ) Church Expansion 

2 ) Evangelism 

3) Camp: Superintendent 

4) Maintenance 

5 ) Insurance 

6) Capitcd Improvement 

7 ) Bond Retirement 

8) Library & Visual Aids 

9) Youth Council 

10) Ministers' Conference 

11) Sunday School 

12) Church Training 

13) W. M. U. 

14) Brotherhood 

15) Music 

lb) BAPTIST STUDENT WORK 

17) Annual Meeting Committee 

18) Deacons' Committee 

19) Missions Committee 

20) Foundation Committee 

21) Literacy Committee 

22) Future Development Committee 

23) Contact Teleministry 

24) Inter-Faith Witness 

25) Research Triangle Missions Com. 

26) Ministers' Wives 

27) SINGLES OVER 50) 

28) Singles 30-50 

29) Senior Adults 

30) Community Ministries 







1979 


1978 


Expenditures 


Tentative 


Budget 


iNine 


Budget 


Missions: 


Months 


$ 100.00 


$ 113.73 


$ 125.00 


600.00 


224.81 


400.00 


2,500.00 


1,666.74 


2,700.00 


3,000.00 


1,929.67 


3,000.00 


750.00 


636.20 


625.00 


500.00 


4,684.33 


none 


5,300.00 


3,289.35 


5,300.00 


600.00 


732.75 


600.00 


500.00 


315.00 


500.00 


150.00 


33.59 


150.00 


500.00 


686.49 


400.00 


500.00 


180.66 


350.00 


1,220.00 




1,220.00 


600.00 


193.18 


780.00 


500.00 


(161.45) 


500.00 


375.00 


NONE 


375.00 


400.00 


60.00 


400.00 


300.00 


12.80 


300.00 


300.00 


none 


100.00 


50.00 


none 


none 


500.00 


215.60 


500.00 


100.00 


636.91 


100.00 


300.00 


150.00 


350.00 


150.00 


none 


50.00 


50.00 


20.68 


50.00 


100.00 


37.35 


50.00 


200.00 


133.46 


200.00 






200.00 






100.00 


300.00 


214.99 


300.00 



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31 ) Radio & TV Committee 

32) Pastors' Seminars 



200.00 
300.00 



18.90 
none 



100.00 
none 



SALARIES: 

33 ) Director of Missions 

34) Administrative Assistant 

35) Clerk 

36 ) Part-time Secretaries 

37 ) Summer Youth Missions 



10,282.00 
6,870.00 
375.00 

5,469.00 
2,400.00 



6,861.36 
3,693.96 

none 
4,272.24 

none 



11,785.658 
7,472.00 
375.00 
6,800.00 
none 



. Tax on Garrett Road, property 



' 1. Tax on Garrett Road Property 

2. More realistic figure 

3. Normal increase 

4. Same 

5. More realistic figure 

6. Included in figures elsewhere 
7-10. Same 

1 1 . According to activities planned 

12. According to activities planned 

13. Same 

14. According to activities planned 



15. Same 

19. More realistic figure 

20. Inactive committee 

23. Voted annual $50 increase 

24. More realistic figure 

27, 28. Adequate for programs 

29. Adequate for new organizations 

30. More realistic figure 



OFFICE EXPENSE: 



38) Rent 


$ 3,000.00 


$ 2,000.00 


$ 3,000.00 


39) Electricity 


350.00 


222.75 


450.00 


40) Water 


80.00 


57.60 


100.00 


41 ) Fuel 


700.00 


562.34 


850.00 


42) Janitor 


450.00 


281.95 


475.00 


43) Miscellaneous 


150.00 


105.09 


150.00 


44 ) Telephone 


2,000.00 


1,418,93 


2,200.00 


45) Postager 


2,400.00 


1,318.28 


2,400.00 


46) Supplies 


1,200.00 


405.07 


1,400.00 


47 ) Equipment 


3,000.00 


6,955.32 


3,700.00 


48 ) Equipment Repairs 


200.00 


38.40 


400.00 


49) Insurance 


60.00 


47.60 


60.00 


50 ) Workmen's Compensation 


150.00 


none 


150.00 


51) Directories 


125.00 


130.87 


75.00 



OTHER EXPENSES: 



52) Director's Travel 


2,000.00 


1,333.32 


2,00.00 


53 ) Director's Housing 


2,800.00 


1,866.72 


2,800.00 


54 ) Director's Retirement 


2,514.00 


1,676.00 


2,514.00 


55) Director's Insurance 


1,200.00 


754.19 


1,200.00 


56) Adm. Assististant's Retirement 






654.00 


57) Adm. Asst. Disability & Life Ins. 






82.00 


58) Christmas Bonuses 


400.00 


none 


400.00 


Social Security: 








59 ) Administrative Assistant 


410.00 


223.41 


464.16 


60) Secretaries 


330.0 


257.73 


416.00 


61 ) Camp Superintendent 


150.00 


100.83 


168.00 


62 ) Convention & Conferences 


700.00 


243.41 


700.00 


63 ) Printing 


700.00 


1,242.48 


300.00 


64) Service Contracts 


350.00 


120.00 


250.00 



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65) Incidentals 

66) Prayer Workshop 

67) Bold Mission Thrust 

TOTALS 

31. More realistic figure 

32. Not planned 

33. 34. Normal increase 

35. Same 

36. Same 

37. Not planned 
39-42. Normal increases 
43. Same 

43. Same 

44. Anticipated increase 

45. Same 

46. Normal increase 

47. Anticipated increase 

48. Anticipated increase 

49. Same 



163.63 300.00 
(5.71) none 
300.00 

$ 72,360.00 $ 51,554.28 $ 74,215.84 



50. Same 

b]. Only one directory a year 

52, 55. Fringe benefits long overdue 

in our associational budget 
59, 61 Normal increase 

62. Same 

63. Reduction of printmg outside office 
64 Fewer machines 

65. Same 

66. None planned 

67 A necessary item not anticipated 
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Angier Avenue: Eugene Brown, Henry Emory, Mrs. Irene Fisher, 
George Green, Atlas Guess, Charlie Guess, Mrs. Addie Horne, Max B. 
Lee, Charles Mason, Mrs. Dora Maynor, Mrs. Mattie Moffett, Mrs. Ethel 
Paschall, Mrs. Betty Evans, Homer Perry, Paul Riley, Mrs. Mary Teague, 
Mrs. Beverly Tice, Mrs. Pearl Upchurch, Hal Watkins. 

Bells: Hubert Gaster, Hermus Wilson. 

Berea: Mrs. Sevada Massey. 

Bethesda: Elmer Smith, Sr., Mrs. W. D. Buck, E. R. Beasley, S. L. 
Leonard,, Mrs. Bruce Royster, R. E. Sherron, Jr., Howard Rich, E. A. 
Stephens, J. Dowdee, D. Johnson. 

Braggtown: Mrs. W. B,. CBrieint, Connie Martin, Mrs. E, G. Thompson, 
Jesse Tilley, S. C. Hylton, Wilbur HilHard. 

Calvary: Samuel C. Queen. 

Carrboro: Mrs. P. L. Senter, Mrs. Maude Brooks, Mrs. Nellie Williams, 
Mrs. Lucille Smith, Mrs. Maggie Wall, Mrs. J.J. Riggsbee, Basil Taylor. 

Cedar Fork: Mrs. Nellie Smith, C. B. Jenkins, Mrs. Mae Goss, Mrs. 
Cora Page, Dwight Eatman. 

Cheek Heights: Mrs. Glada Poe, Miss Mary Ferrell, Mrs. Laura Wrenn. 

Cresset: Mrs. Sallie Davis, Ronnie Finley. 

Durham Memorial: Mrs. Virginia Hall, G. R. Jeffreys, Logan F. New- 
ton, Mrs. Lindy Pope, Mrs. Clyde Strickland, Johnnie Taylor, Mike 
Williams. 

Ebenezer: Robert Sykes, Mrs. Dora Long, Mrs. Bettie Wagoner. 

Edgemont: Roy Franklin, Mrs. J. A. Booth, J. A. Booth, Mrs. Annie 
D. Gilliam, W. H. McLemore, Mrs. Myrtle Davis, H. B. Pegram, Jamie 
A. Jones, Mrs. Ernest O. Poe, Miss Myrtle Ferguson, Mrs. Maggie Pate. 

Ephesus: A. M. Blackwood, Andre Bassett, Miss Alice Copeland, W. 
P. Pickett, Sr., G. Mai Pope. 

Fieldcrest: Steen Douglas Cheek. 

First: J. R. Lyndon, Mrs. W. M. Hunt, Mrs. W. W. Howard, Mrs. H. L. 
Ferguson, David Riddle, Jr., Mrs. Mattie Napier, Charles Christian, Mrs. 
C. B. Williams, Sr., Mrs. Lee R. Powers, Mrs. Gladys Pace, Mrs. Mollie 
Shepherd, Jim Tommy Chattman, Phil Proctor, Mrs. Julian Hursey, 
Mrs. Lillian Dennis, Mrs. Marvin Hall, Mrs. Maynard Cooke, Mrs. N. D. 
O'Briant, Mr. WiUiam R. Kirby. 

Gorman: Ralph Goss, Bruce Riddle, Monroe Blankenship, Mrs. Daisy 
Glenn, John B. Hall (Deacon), John B. Currie, R. R. Hunt (Deacon, E. W. 
Mangum, Sr., L. M. Mullen, Paul Delionback. 

Grace: Joe S. Adcock, K, U. Bryam (Deacon), H. L. Deans, Glenn. 
M. Doson, Mrs. John Faucette, Mrs. Donald Kopp, Mrs. Irene King, 
Mrs. Marshall Long, Miss Rachel Waller. 



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Grey Stone: Henry Addison, John Blake, Frank Coleman, B. F. Ferrell, 
Sr., Charles Hall, Charlie Honey cutt, Cecil Jones^ Vick Price, Henry 
Rich, Winston Riggsbee, T. A. Wheely, Cecil Whitaker, Mrs. H. R. Wolfe, 
Mrs. Claude Martin, Mrs. W. J. Blue, Mrs. William T. Brogden, Miss 
Maude Black, B. C. Kelly, Sr. 

Guess Road; Mrs. Euna Bailey, Luther Hunt. 

HoUoway Street: Theodore Kerr, Keith Lawson, Mrs. Lina Mae Ferrell, 
Mrs. J. E. Collette, Mrs. Calvin Nowell, Mrs. Tola C. Williams, Mrs. Paul 
H. Babinec, Mrs. Nellie J. Miller, Hurley L. Jones, Lorenza Nowell. 

Homestead Heights: J. N. Jones (Deacon). 

Immanuel: Mrs. Essie Forbush. 

Lakewood: Mrs. J. F. Drane, John G. Martin, Mrs. F. C. Perry. 

Lowe's Grove: Mrs. Floyd Bowling, Henry McDade (Deacon), Mrs. 
Man Tapp, Mrs. Nellie King, Forrest Green, Mrs. Zenobia King, Mrs. 
Sadie Carver. 

Lystra: Mrs. Jessie Bennett, Mrs. Allie M. Blake, Paul Buchanan, 
Mrs. Nita Carpenter, Mrs. Mayme Cole, Mrs. Florence Oldham, Mrs. 
Lela Poythress. 

Lystra: Mrs. Jessie Bennett, Mrs. Allie M. Blake, Paul Buchanan, 
Mrs. Nita Carpenter, Mrs. Mayme Cole, Mrs. Florence Oldham, Mrs. 
Lela Poythress, Mrs. Sallie Riggsbee, Roy L. Williams. 

Mount Carmel: Warren Sparrow, Mrs. Trudy (Vester) Horton. 

Mount Gilead: Billy Perkins. 

Mount Hermon: Mrs. Edgar Tew, Mrs. Allie Sharpe, Roy Beal, Mrs. 
Nellie Hicks, Mrs. Nellie Crabtree, Jesse McCauley (Deacon), Jim Borland, 
Mrs. Marie Sitz. 

Mount Moriah: Raymond E. Crabtree. 

Mount Pisgah: Mrs. C. E. Byrd, Clayborne Yates. 

Olive Branch: Carl Pollard, Alva Williams, Mrs. Sadie Richardson. 

Page Road: Otho C. Cooley, Sr. 

Park View: Grady Harris, Jack Smith, W. B. Sauls, Cleo Graham. 
Piainview: Willie Harward, George Jones, Mrs. Rosa Woods. 
Red Mountain: Mrs. Lorena Duncan, Ezra Wilkins, Mrs. Irene Copley, 
Mrs. Sula Bowen, Erastus Crabtree (Deacon), Mrs. Ena Hall. 
Ridgecrest: Mrs. Anna Seate. 

Rose of Sharon: Julius Garden, Mrs. Alice Revill, Mrs. Kay Pearce 
Jones, Edward Haswell, Mrs. Lizzie Hutchins. 

Temple: Mrs. Clyde Rowe, Mrs. H., L. Brown, W. B. Cheek, J. W. 
Harris, W. G. Aldridge, Mrs. Ruby Lawrence, Charles Mims, W. G. 
Eakes, Mrs. Elizabeth Mills, Mrs. Hattie Arrington, Fred Brooks, Percy 
Pendergraph, Mrs. J. E. Durham, Roy S. Whitfield, Clecy Pickett, Baynes 
Porterfield, Murray H. Upchurch, Mrs. Percy Barbee, Mrs, Addie L. 
Knowles. 

Trinity: Mrs. FlorenceDickerson. 

University: William D. Blake, Mrs. Nancy Edney, Mrs. Mae Cheese- 
man, O. Clark Marsh, Mrs. Roger Sturdevant, joe Walker. 

Watts: G. Dewey Lloyd, J. L. Atkins, Jr., Milton H. Airheart, O. D. 
Taylor, Mrs. Lily A. Jones, Mrs. Helen, S. Jones, Worth A. Luytz, Sr., 
Robert L. Stone, Jr. 

Westwood: Mrs. R. R. Rodwell, Mrs. Irene Tew, Joe Weaver, John 
Henderson, John D. Stevens (DFeacon). 

Yates: Miss Edna Blanchard, Raymond Pickett, Mrs. Thomas Shep- 
herd, Mrs. James Yeargan, Marvin Pickett, R. E. Sharpe (Deacon), Mrs. 
James Harris, Mrs. L. Y. Hall, Sr. 



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TABLE A - 



CHURCH MEMERSHIP AND OTHER INFORMATION 



Medium City (10.Q0O- Large City (50,00i| 

1 -Open Country 49,999) or more) 

2- Village (under 500 pop) 5 -Downtown 8 -Downtown 

3 - Town (500-2999) 6-NeightM)rhood 9 -Neighborhood 

4 - Small City (2500-9,999) 7-Suburban 0-Suburban 



CHURCHES 



PASTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



I 



Angler Avenue 



Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown . ... 
Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 

faith 

Fieldcrest 
First 
Gorman 
Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holioway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 



Rev. Crate H. Jones, 1515 Liberty St., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rev. Henry L. Copeiand, Route 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 
None 

Rev. R. V. Young, Jr., 1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27703 

None 



Rev. James £. West, 518 Pleasant Dr., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rev. Jack H. Mansfield, P. 0. Box 159, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 
Rev. Don B. Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
None 

Rev. Ned L. Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Dr., Durham, N. C. 27705 
Rev. Gerald C. Goodwin, 2703 Holioway St., Durham, N.C. 27703 
Rev. Ernest Ferrell, Rt. 2, Box 452-B, Durham, N. 0. 27705 
Rev. Norman E. Gossett, 1925 Ward St., Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rev. Jimmy L. Nickleston, Rt. 7, Bx 287, Durham, N. C. 27707 
None 



Rev. Billy Lynch, 3613 Wishart St., Durham, N. C. 27704 
Rev. Charles C. Harris, 2815 Fox Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 
Rev. Julian M. Motley, 3216 E. Geer St., Durham, N. C. 27704 
Rev. Fred A. King, 4425 Bracada Dr, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Rev. Malbert Smith, Jr., 3212 Sprunt St., Durham, N. C. 27705 
Rev. Ernest G. Holt, 3121 Alabama Ave. Ext., Durham, N.C.27705 
Rev. Aubrey Jones, 3910 Danie! Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rev. Ronald Arndt, 6410 Whitt Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 
Dr. James I. Murphy, Rt. 3, Box 276-A, Durham, N. C. 27713 
Russell L. Wimmer, 3715 ShoccoreeDrive, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Rev. Everette J. Smith, 1923 Ward St., Durham, N. C. 27707 
Rev. Robert LPhiilips,Jr., 4424 S Alston Ave.,Durham,N.C.2771 3 
Rev. Bob Tyson, Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hi!!, N. C. 27514 
None 

Rev. Brooks L. Hunt, Rt. 4, Boc 121, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 . . 
Dr. Robert Winecoff, Rt. 1, Box 388, Durham, N. C. 27705 
None 

Rev. James Crocker, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 
Rev. Kermit L. Gray, Rt. 6, Box 328, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rev. Anthony Oakley, 2110 S. Miami Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Rev. Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome St., Durham, N. C. 27704 
Dr. David Moore, 102 Montclair Cr., Durham, N. C. 27713 
Rev. Richard G. Shaw, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, N. C. 27704 
Rev. Tommy Jordan, Box 103, Rougemont, N. C. 27572 
Rev. Carl K. Garner, 104 Massey Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 
Rev. Julius H. Lee, 4109 Guess Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 
Rev. Clay Wart, 3748 Hermine, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Rev. Norman R. Gardner, 2125 So-Hi Dr., Durham, N. C 27703 
Dr. Charles W. Downing, 826 Shady Lawn, Chapel Hill,N.C.2751 4 
Rev. Robert E. McClernon, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham, N. 0. 27705 
Rev. Emory M. Bare, 3011 Glendaie Ave., Durhasr, N. G. 27704 
Dr. C. Ronald Cumbie, 227 Monticello Ave., Durham, N. C. 27707 

TOTALS 



Durham 
Chatham 
Durham 
Durham 
Durham 

Durham 

Orange 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Orange 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Chatham 

Orange 

Chatham 

Orange 

Orange 

Chatham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Orange 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 



1889 
1815 
1856 
1884 
1938 
1948 
1902 
1805 
1941 
1959 
1939 
1896 
1902 
1891 
1946 

1965 
1845 
1916 
1907 
1894 
1945 
1941 
1962 
1959 
1942 
1912 
1909 
1852 
1803 
1824 
1848 
1823 
1814 
1875 
1968 
1952 
1969 
1949 
1881 
1955 
1879 
1888 
1944 
1854 
1923 
1950 
1878 



Total Baptisms 


Other additions (by letter . statement, 
etc.) 


Members lost (by letter, death, state- 
ment, etc.) 


Present resident members 


Present nonresident members 


Grand total present members 


No. members received from 
non-Baptist Churches 


e 
e 

B 

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n 

ii 

d n 
ZCD 


Value Of pastor's home if 
owned by the church 


Value of church property 
including pastor's home 


Total church debt at end of 
this assoclational year 


7 


4 


29 


980 


168 


1,148 


3 


1 


45,000 


600,000 


2,000 


10 


8 


6 


207 


79 


286 


2 


3 


40,000 


285,000 





4 




6 


118 


54 


172 











145^000 





5 


11 


30 


794 


194 


988 





2 


44,000 


500^000 


23,764 


.... 11 . 


8. 


30. 


.655. 


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. . . 11 . 


...4 


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630 000 

.... WWjVW . 


194i268 


5 


12 


19 


529 


25 


554 


4 


4 


44,000 


800 000 


157^200 


14 


24 


42 


660 


273 




5 


10 


48^000 


41 2,000 





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6 


10 


204 


32 


236 


1 





30 000 


110 000 







4 


18 


324 


41 


365 





3 


1 5,000 


200 000 





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39 


. 477 . 


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50,000 


... 1 .000,000 . 


348,300 


22 


18 


32 


679 


198 


877 


5 


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65 


543 


2 


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10 


11 


28 


295 


55 


350 





2 


25,000 


1 95 000 





0. 


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... 13 . 


395 


44 


439 


... 0. 


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39 000 


253 000 


40 000 





7 


5 


162 


20 


182 








36 000 


1 85 000 


24,234 


1 o 


97 


117 


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1 023 300 





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2,229. 


448. 


2,677. 


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1 931 000 


147,101 


33 


21 


19 


818 


82 


900 





1 





750 000 


175 000 


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22 


39 


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24 


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108 


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250,000 


24,737 


3. 


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.54. 


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49 


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200,000 





5 


1 


4 


220 


72 


292 








40,000 


250,000 





16 


4 


9 


254 


42 


296 


1 


2 





200,000 


50.000 


1. 


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210,000 


109,112 


1 


7 


14 


366 


50 


418 











262,000 


74,634 


21 


10 


13 


261 


98 


359 











475,370 


141,574 


9 


22 


11 


401 


32 


433 


11 


3 


45,000 


370,000 


196,000 


11 


26 


8 


255 


19 


274 


1 





18,400 


54,000 





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... 19. . 


.472. 


.79. 


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. . . . 450,000. 


42,640 


25 


21 


19 


350 


76 


426 





4 


19,000 


296,000 


91,716 


6 


15 


32 


260 


722 


982 


7 


2 





1,500,000 


74,173 


33 


18 


10 


347 


20 


367 








35,000 


350.000 


183,000 


2 


23 


21 


605 


308 


913 


14 


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14,000 


4 


11 


22 


259 


76 


335 


2 


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650,000 


79,961 


12 


20 


22 


653 


181 


834 


4 


6 





1,000,000 


133,800 


476 


711 


1,039 








134 


106 


939,400 


23,765,788 


3,229,886 



— 81 - 



TABLE B - SUNDAY SCHOOL 



PUIIDPUCC 


SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTORS " 
& ADDntSoES (INCLyOc ZIP CODE) 


1 Cradle Roll enrolment 1 

mirth tn 9 uaarei 




Preschool enrolment 
(Birth through 5 years) 


Children enrolment 
(6-11 years or orades 16) 


Youth enrolment 

((12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


Young Adult enrolment- Single 
(18-29 years or H.S.graduatlon 


Angler Avenue 


D. T. Jones, 521 Parkview Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 


11 




33 


46 


46 


26 


Bells 


Gerald Howard, Box 444, Apex, N. C. 27502 







11 


17 


9 


4 


Berea 


Mrs. Dwight Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham, N. C. 27713 


1 




2 


6 


9 


4 


Bethesda 


Lunsford Williams, 4424 Angler Ave., Durham, N. C. 27703 







59 


103 


84 


25 


Braggtown 


Sterling Holloway, 1826 Chandekkay, Durham, N. C. 27705 . . 


. .0 




.52 


.82 


.82 


. 45 


Calvary 


Don B. George, 1813 Eastwood Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 







69 


36 


30 


13 


Carrboro 


Leonard Cheek, 106 Lilac Dr., Carrboro, N. C. 27510 


10 




33 


67 


86 


73 


Cedar Fork 


Hubert Green, Rt. 1, Box 246, Morrisviile, N. C. 27560 







15 


11 


29 


13 


Cheek Heights 


Vernon Averette, 1831 E. Geer St., Durham, N. C. 27704 


4 




6 





16 





Cresset 


Marvin Hayes, 4011 Colorado Ave., Durham, N. C. 27705 


. . 




.38 


.73 


.45 


.7 


Durham Memorial 


Cecil Vaughan, 2522 Holloway St, Durham, N. C. 27703 







61 


105 


100 


40 


Ebenezer 


James Thompson, 1419 Bramble Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 


14 




48 


72 


61 


9 


Edgemont 


Mrs. T. C. Richards, 2411 Pickett Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 


u 




CQ 


97 


94 


16 


Ephesus 


Mrs. Arnold Capps, 3523 Sayward Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 







23 


34 


28 


16 


Faith . . 


Leroy Capps, 2563 Burton Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 


4 




.8 


. . 40 


.28 


.. 1 


Fieldcrest 


James Belcher. 3637 Westminister Ave., Durham, N. C. 27704 







4 


11 


11 


7 


First 


Dallas H. Norris, 4306 David St., Durham, N. C. 27704 







54 


70 


60 


50 


Gorman 


R. J. Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama, N. C. 27704 


n 

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so 


99 


37 


Grace 


Gary Sechler, 2004 Snow Valley Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 







33 


42 


48 


14 


Grey Stone 


E. B. Honeycutt, 1009 Dacian Ave., Durham, N. C. 27701 


n 




115 


195 


189 


135 


Guess Road 


1. J. Mangum, 1406 Barlift Place, Durham, N. C. 27704 


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Mrs. Harrill, 420ldlewood St., Durham, N. C. 27703 


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Jerry Johnson, 6109 N. Roxboro Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 


n 

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Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266-B, Durham, N. C. 27713 


n 

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91 


91 


Immanuel 


Larry Johnson, 2213 Conestoga Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 . 


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Emmett Ward, 2905 Welcome Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 


C 

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94 


99 


19 


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J. Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave.,, Durham, N. C. 27713 


n 
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99 


49 


i;i 


19 


Lystra 


John A. Oldham, Rl 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


n 
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Mt. Carmel 


Bob Spaugh, Rt. 7, Box 647, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


n 

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10 


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n 
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Mt. Gllead . 


M. R. Clark, Rt. 4, Box 202-B, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 . 







13 


37 


16 


10 


Mt. Hermon 


Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham, N. C. 27705 







16 


28 


46 


30 


Mt. Morlah 


Rev. Harold Burton, Rl 7, Box 169, Durham, N. C. 27707 







3 


20 


23 


20 


Mt. Pisgah 


J. E. Booth, RL 3, Box 240, Durham, N. C. 277 * 3 







16 


24 


8 


16 


Olive Branch 


Joe L. Dowdle, Rt. 6, Box 132, Durham r ^7703 







14 


38 


29 





Page Road 


Gene Stinnett, 628 Lynn Road, Durham, 27703 







.20 


.26 


.. 18 


.0 


Park View 


Raymond Lester, 123 Chateau Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 







33 


40 


34 


27 


Parkwood 


James Blake, 1607 Euclid Road, Durham, N. C. 27713 







27 


75 


62 





Plainview 


Fletcher Johnson, Rt. 6, Box 548-H, Durham, N. C. 27703 







24 


43 


35 


11 


Red Mountain 


Lloyd Gresham, Rt. 2, Box 286, Creedmoor, N. C. 27522 







25 


29 


18 





Ridgecrest 


Ben H. Brown, 5110 Pine Trail Dr., Durham, N. C. 27712 







25 


80 


95 


28 


Rose of Sharon 


Boyd Browning, 31 25 Rose of Sharon Rd., Durham, N. C. 2771 2 


6 




24 


23 


52 


20 


Temple 


Barney H. West, 2209 University Dr., Durham, N. C. 27707 







49 


58 


40 


19 


Trinity 


James E. Harris, Hwy 70, Durham, N. C. 27703 







35 


52 


73 




University 


Tom Brickhouse, 713 Williams Circle, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


2 




21 


62 


46 


30 


Watts Street .... 


P. B. Cole, Jr., 2122 Overland Drive, Durham, N. C. 27794 . . 







25 


.35 


.44 


16 


Westwood 


Dan Powell, 21 1 5 Bayleaf Drive, Durham, N. C. 


4 




11 


16 


10 


8 


Yates 


Alfred Dula, 3511 Westglen, Durham, N. C. 27705 







25 


42 


80 


56 


TOTALS 


_ 82 


93 


1,327 


2,161 


2,127 


952 



I 



Young Aduit enrolment-married 
(18-29 years or H.S.graduation 
tiirough 29 years) 


Aduit enroiment 
(30-59 years) 


Senior Aduit enroiment 
(60 and over) 


Aduits Away enroiment 


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c 
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e 

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c 

3 

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E 
= 


Generai officers enroiment 


Enroiment Of mission(s) of Church 


1 

Totai ongoing Sunday Schooi enroiment 


Average weeiciy Sunday Schooi 
attendance 


Number Of Bibie Study groups 


Bibie Study groups enroiment 


1 Weekday Bibie Study enroiment 


Church V. B. S. enroiment 


Mission V. B. S. enroiment 


Totai V. B. S. enroiment 


46 


129 


120 





81 


9 





547 


238 


2 


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20 


90 





90 


23 


41 


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133 


84 











82 





82 


6 


16 


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63 


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89 





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554 


218 











213 


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50 


139 


98 


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33 


9 





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250 











89 





89 


44 


33 


28 








2 





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125 











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\ 



TABLE C - CHURCH TRAINING 



CHURCHES 



CHUHCH TRAINING DIRECTORS ^ ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



Not elected 



liflier Aveiir™ 
Bells 
Berea 
Bettiesda 

Braggtown . .... 
Calvary 
Carrlioro 
Cedar Foric 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemoiit 
Ephesus 

Faith ........ 

Fisldorest 
First 
Gorman 
Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 

Ml Giiead 

Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road ..... 
Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest ... 
Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street ... 
Westwood 
Yates 

TOTALS 



None 

Eugene Floyd. 4607 Hollomon Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
None 



Kenneth F. Ferrell, 3714 Esther Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 
None 

Mrs. Junits Sanders, Rl 1, Box 290, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
None 

None 

Bobby Watson, RL 6, Box 556, Robin Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Jack Moody, Rt. 4, Box 574, Hillsborough, N. C. 27278 
None 
None 

None 

None 

Brevard Brown, 122 Argonne Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
Mrs. W. H. Sparrow, 3320 Clark Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 
None 

J. Wallace Fowler, 38-A Colonial Apts., Durham, N. C. 27707 .... 
None 

Gary Anderson, Rt. 2, Sox 639~E, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
None 

Mrs. Tom Hall, 1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 
None 



None 

James M. Barringer, 5808 Lake Elton Road, Durham, N. 0. 27713 

None 

None 

None 



None 
None 
None 
None 

Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines, Durham, N. C 27703 . 
Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
None 
None 

A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama, N. C. 27503 
None 



None 
None 

Charles Bartholomew, 2019 Hickory Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 
None 

Mrs. Crisp, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 

None 

None 

— 84 — 



150 1275 



Youth enrolment 

(12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


Young Adult enrolment 
[18-29 years or H.S. graduation 
through 29 years) 


Adult enrolment 
(30-59 years) 


Senior Adult enrolment 
(60 and over) 


General officers enrolment 


1 ■ ■ 

lEnrolment of mission(s) 
of church 


Total ongoing Church 
Training enrolment 


Average weekly Church 
Training attendance 


New Church Member 
Training Participation 


Children 


Youth 


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1 - 85 













TABLE D - CHURCH MUSIC 



CHURCHES 


MUSIC DIRECTORS i ABMESSES fil^CLUDE ZIP CODE) 


Preschool enrolment 
(4-5 years) 


Children enrolment 
K6-11 years or orades 1-6) 


Angler Avenue 


John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham, N. C. 27707 


10 


10 


Bells 


Mrs. Eustace Horton, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 





8 


Berea 


Mrs. Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham, N. C. 27713 





4 


Bethesda 


Richard Shropshire, Rt. 2, Box 471 B, Wake Forest, N. C. 27587 


8 


17 


Braggtown ... 


Rev. Dennis Grass, 2805 Butner St., Durham, N. C. 27704 


...5. . 


...25 


Calvary 


Raymond D. Aiderson, 6002 Baird St., Durham, N. C. 27704 


13 


27 


Carrboro 


Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 100 Melba Circle, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 


6 


20 


Cedar Fork 


None 








Cheek Heights 


Donald Foust, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 








Cresset ........ 


. Mrs. Ned L. Matthews, 2909 Gretmar Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 


...12. . 


20 


Durham Memorial 


Mrs. Fred Howerton, 1910 Essex Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 








Ebenezer 


Mrs. Stephen Mabie, P. 0. Box 3033, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


12 


8 


Edgemont 


David Phipps, 1802 Chandalley Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 


7 


19 


Ephesus 


Jeff Rogers, 3211 Watkins Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 








Faith 


. Michael Bennett, 4624 Jimmy Rogers Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 


.... 0. . 





Fieldcrest 


Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, Jr., 3607 Wishart St., Durham, N. C. 27704 


3 


4 


First 


Mel T. Luther, 204 Chateau Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 


14 


39 


Gorman 


E. Hugh O'Shields, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham, N. C. 27704 





20 


Grace 


Miss Jeannette Peeler, 122 Wicklow Lane, Durham, N. G. 27713 


3 


14 


Grey Stone 


. Perry W. Norris, 1101 Iredell SI, Durham, N. C. 27705 


...15. . 


40 


Guess Road 


Rev. Phillip Whitt, 2638 Kirk Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 


8 


16 


Holloway Street 


Joseph McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 





15 


Homestead Heights 


None 








Hope Valley 


Rick McDuffie, Rt. 3, Box 276-A, Durham, N. C. 27713 








Immanuel 


. Mrs. David Bell, 1822 Northgate St., Durham, N. C. 27704 


... 0. . 


25 


Lakewood 


Bruce J. Benton, 5523 Garrett Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 


8 


12 


Lowe's Grove 


Roy Melton, Hillsborough, N. C. 


15 


20 


Lystra 


Gary Oakley, Rt. 3, Box 350, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 





3 


Mt. Carmel 


Mrs. James F. Merritt, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 








Mt. Gilead 


. Mrs. W. C. Kllpatrick, Rt. 7, Box 77, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


....5. . 


17 


Mt. Hermon 


Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 








Mt. Moriah 


Mrs. LInwood Crabtree, Rt. 7, Box 186, Durham, N. C. 27707 





12 


Mt. Pisgah 


Brth R. Hunnicutt, 995 St. Mary's St. Raleigh, N. C. 27605 





12 


Olive Branch 


Norman Stallings, 2515 Rolling Pines Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 








Page Road 


. None 


...0. . 


12 


Park View 


William Graham, 3523 E. Oak Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 








Parkwood 


Rev. John Daugherty, 2719 Kilgore St., Raleigh, N. C. 27607 


15 


25 


Plainview 


Mrs. David Oakley, 421 4-A S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. 0. 27713 





12 


Red Mountain 


A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt 1, Box 406, Bahama, N. C. 27503 


10 


10 


RIdgecrest 


Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 


...8. . 


...15 


Rose of Sharon 


Miss Rose Pleasant, P. 0. Box 2161 SEBTS, Wake Forest, N. C. 27587 


6 


12 


Temple 


J. Harold Craig, 926 Ferncrest Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 


10 


15 


Trinity 


Rex C. Lomlnac, 928 Danbury Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 





12 


University 


Mrs. Betsy Taylor, 422 RIdgefleitf, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 





15 


Watts Straflt 


f KAnnflth Harrflll P n Box 3057 Durham N C 27705 


...12. . 


17 


Westwood 


John Mayfield. 311 S. LaSalle St., Apt 15-5, Mm, N. C. 27705 








Yates 


Larry C. Dickens, 2117 Bedrord, Apt. o, Durham, N. c. 27707 


8 


28 


TOTALS 


- ft6 - 


213 


580 



routh enrolment 

12-17 years or grades 7-12) 


Adult enrolment 
(18 and over) 


Handbell ringers enrolment 


Vocal ensembles enrolment 


Instrumental ensembles enrolment 


General music leaders enrolment 


Enrolment of mlsslon(s) of church 


Total ongoing Church Music enrolment 


Average weekly Church Music attendance 


Church Music study group enrolment 


25 


37 


20 


17 





6 





125 


74 





17 


16 

















41 


30 





4 


15 





3 


1 


5 





32 


12 





25 


36 











9 





95 


80 





30. . 


50. . 


...0. . 


... 12 


...0. . 


... 10. . 


.. . .. 


.... 132. .. 


.... 80... 





12 


27 





22 





3 





104 


79 





28 


44 





10 





3 





111 


64 








20 











2 





22 


15 








15 











3 





18 


10 





25. . 


45 


.... 0. . 


.... 9. . 


...3. . 


.... 7. . 


.. 0. .. 


.... 121. .. 


97. . 


... 


19 


36 





12 


6 


6 





79 


30 





15 


35 





15 





8 





93 


80 





12 


20 





23 





3 





84 


40 





12 


20 





18 





7 





57 


42 


6 


15. . 


15 


.... 0. . 


.... 0. . 


...0. . 


.... 4. . 


. 0. . 


34. .. 


28. . 


... 


4 


10 











2 





23 


14 





38 


58 


24 


36 


10 


14 





233 


200 


10 


25 


35 


9 


10 





8 





107 


70 





27 


29 











2 





75 


62 





56. . 


80. . 


. . . 35 


...23 


... 


... 14. . 


.. 


. . ,263 


. . . .225 





50 


45 





19 





8 





146 


74 





15 


35 


15 








5 





85 


60 








24 











3 





27 


19 





12 


26 











6 





44 


26 





. 


26. . 


0. . 


0. . 


...0. . 


.... 2. . 


.. 0. . 


53 . .. 


35. . 


... 


g 


24 





12 


2 


3 





70 


50 





15 


20 





4 





5 





79 


50 





4 


1 





3 










15 


9 





10 


15 











4 





29 


20 





. 


16. . 


0. . 


4. . 


...0. . 


.... 4. . 


.. 0. . 


46 . . 


30 . . 


... 





16 











7 





23 


11 





6 


30 











6 





54 


40 





6 


17 











2 





37 


29 








17 











5 





22 


14 





. 


20. . 


0. . 


0. . 


...0. . 


.... 3. . 


.. 0. . 


35. . 


18 








20 

















20 


14 





20 


15 











6 





81 


65 





18 


35 











3 





68 


35 








20 





11 





4 





55 


15 





48 


39. . 


0. . 


... 13. . 


. . . .0. 


.... 8. . 


.. 0. . 


.... 131. . 


87 





20 


35 





6 





6 





85 


20 





18 


30 


16 








4 





93 


74 





10 


23 











4 





49 


26 





14 


30 





6 


4 


2 





71 


32 





. 10 


29 . 


0. . 


. 


...0, . 


.... 6. 


.. . 


74 . . 


55 








15 








01 


2 





17 


14 





70 


35 





4 


15 


10 





170 


137 


25 


744 


1.301 


119 


292 


41 


238 





3,528 


2,391 


41 



- 87 - 



\ 



TABLE E - WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



CHURCHES 


WMU DIRECTORS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 


Mission Friends (5 years and 
under - not in school) 


Girls In Action (6-11 years or 
grades 1-6) 


Acteens (12-17 years or 
grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women 
(18-29 years or H.S. gradua- 
tion through 29 years) 


Angler Avenue 


Mrs. L. R. Overman, 216 S. Benjamin St., Durham, N. C. 27703 


■| 


1 


1 


1 


Bells 


Mrs. Levin Holleman, Rl 2, Apex, N. C. 27502 





t 


1 





Berea 


Mrs. Hellen Lewter, Rt. 3, Durham, N C. 27713 














Bethesda 


Mrs. ParnelU/U Mason Dr., Durham, H. C. 27703 


1 


1 


1 





Braggtown 


Miss Gloria Welch, 202 W. Rockway Ave., Durham, N. C. 27704 


1 


? 


. 1 


1 


Calvary 


Mrs. Kenneth Tew, Rt. 4, Box 484-E, Durham, N. C. 27703 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Carrboro 


Mrs. Harold McFarland, P. 0. Box 206, Carrboro, N. C. 27510 





3 





1 


Cedar Fork 


Mrs. Hubert Page. Rt. 1, Box 304, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 





2 


1 





Cheek Heights 


Mrs. Leonard Hayes, 106 Davidson Ave., Durham, N. C. 27704 


1 


1 








Cresset 


Brenda Pergerson, 2519 Tryon Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 


1 


1 








Durham l^emorial 


Mrs. Earl Johnson, 1111 Wellons Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 


2 


2 


1 





Ebenezer 


Mrs. Victor Garrard, Rt. 2, Willett Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 


1 


2 


2 


1 


Edgemont 


Mrs. Graham Knight, 3217 Angier Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27703 


1 


1 


1 





Ephesus 


Mrs. Thomas E. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 161, Chape! Hill, N. C. 27514 


1 











Faith .... 


. Dolores Childress, 5 Michael Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 





? 


1 





Fieidcrest 


Mrs. Billy Lynch, 3613 Wishart SI, Durham, N. C. 27704 





1 


1 


1 


1 First 


Mrs. Ernest L. Greene Jr., 21 1 Chateau Road, Durham, N. C. 27 / 04 


2 


3 


2 





UUi lllall 


mio. n. u. ruyicnidii, cuiiH c. ucci oi., uuiiiaiii, im. xj. £.1 


1 


3 


1 





Grace 


Mrs. E. C. Wilkins, 2303 Tampa Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27705 


1 


1 


1 





Grey Stone 


. Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 . 


. 2 . 


. 3 . 


. 1 . 





Guess Road 


Miss Peggy Clayton, 1829 Front St., Durham, N. C. 27705 


1 


2 








Holloway Street 


Mrs. C. P. Fogleman, 2608 Farthing St, Durham, N. C. 27704 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Homestead Heights 


Mrs. Floyd Dollar, 5126 Pine Trail Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 














Hope Valley 


Mrs. Ron Jones, Rt. 3, Box 136, AmhurstSt., Durham, N. C. 27713 


1 


1 








Immanuel 


Mrs. Larry Johnson, 221 3 Conestoga Drive, Durham, U. C. 27705 . 


1 


1 


1 





Lakewood 


Mrs. Lawrence J. Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 


1 


1 








Lowe's Grove 


Mrs. G Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27713 


1 


2 


1 





Lystra 


Mrs. John A. Oldham, Rt. 7, Box 571 -A, Chapel Hill, N. C. 2751 4 


1 


1 








Mt. Carmel 


Mrs. Ralph Blackwood, Rt. 7, Box 229, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


1 


1 








Mt. Gilead . .... 


. Mrs. M. R. Clark, Rt. 4, Box 202-B, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 ... 





1 


. 0. 





Mt. Hermon 


None 





1 


1 


1 


Mt. Moriah 


Mrs. John Carroll, Rt. 7, Box 173. Durham, N. C. 27707 











1 


Mt. Pisgah 


Mrs. Colby Cash, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 


1 


1 


1 





Olive Branch 


Mrs. H. P. Wallace, 1009 Stallings Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 


1 


2 








Page Road 


Mrs. W. E. Rice, Rt. 6, Box 507, Durham, N. C. 27703 


. 0. 


. 1 . 


. 0. 


. 


Parkview 


Mrs. J. E. Rogers, 2329 Glendale Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27704 


1 


1 


1 





P<irk\Mond 


None 


1 











Plainview Plainview 


Mrs. Pete Preddy, Rt. 5, Box 474, Durham, N. C. 27704 


1 


2 





1 


Red Mountain 


Mrs. Bivins Duncan, Rougemont, N. C. 27572 





1 





1 


Ridgecrest 


. None 





n 


n 





Rose of Sharon 


Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 


1 


2 


2 





Temple 


Mrs. J. H. Craig, 926 Ferncrest Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Trinity 


Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 


3 


2 


1 


1 


University 


Mrs. Helena Kyle, Cedar Street, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Watts Street 


. Mrs. 0. G. Allen, 77 Beverly Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 


n 


n 








WcolWUUQ 


Mrc Rnu 1 <imith 9^nfl \A/ Pliih Rluri niirh;im U P 9770^ 


1 


1 





1 


Yates 


Mrs. R. H. Stock, 2505 Nation Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27707 




1 


1 


1 


TOTALS 




38 


61 


28 


17 



— 88 - 



umber of Organizations 



Enrolment 



Baptist Women 

(30 and over) ' 


Mission(s) of Church 


Total numbers ot 
organizations 


IVIission Friends (5 years and 
under - not in school) 


Girls in Action (6-11 years or 
grades 1-6) 


Acteens (12-17 years or 
grades 7-12) 


Baptist Young Women ' 
(18-29 years or H.S.gradua- 
tion through 29 years) | 


Baptist Women 
(30 and over) 


WMU officers 


Mission(s) of church 


Total ongoing 
WMU enrolment 




n 
u 


u 


1Q 

1 3 


1 u 


7 
1 


1 1 


DO 





n 
u 


1 10 







3 





12 


7 





34 


5 





58 







1 














9 


3 





12 







4 


10 


14 


10 





44 


4 





82 







6 


10 


12 


10 


18 


50 


9 





109 




u 


c 



00 


Q 


lU 


1 A 


on 


6 


U 


70 







5 





3Q 





10 


38 


4 





82 







4 





13 


3 





23 


7 





46 


1 





3 


5 


3 





21 


21 


5 





34 







5 


10 


22 








35 


3 





70 




n 
u 


c 




1 U 


1 


1 


n 
u 


on 


c 
D 


n 
u 


bU 




1 


8 


11 


18 


13 


9 


5 


5 





61 


1 





4 


11 


18 


11 





31 


7 





78 




1 


4 


10 











20 


2 


7 


39 


1 


. . 


4 





14 


5 





10 


1 





30 




n 

U 


A 


n 
u 


2 


7 


c 



c 



7 
1 


U 


26 


Q 


1 


8 


28 


30 


15 





12 


8 





93 







6 


12 


42 


12 





66 


5 





137 







3 


5 


12 








50 


4 





71 


1 


. . 0. . 


. . . 7. . 


24 


35 . . . 


. 15. . 


. 


91 


8 





173 


■1 



u 


A 


a 
o 


CD 


n 

u 


u 


ou 


R 
U 


U 


OQ 


1 





6 


9 


12 


11 


10 


58 


8 





108 




1 


1 

















1 


12 


13 







2 


8 


10 











4 





22 




. 0... 


...4... 


.10.. 


8. . 


. 11 . . 


.... 0. .. 


41.. 


. . . 5. . . 


. . . 0. . 


75 







3 


3 


4 








30 


Q 



n 
u 


/in 


1 





5 


9 


14 


11 





42 


8 





84 


1 





3 


6 


4 








15 


11 





36 


] 





3 


8 


3 








24 


3 





38 




.0. 


2 


.. 0.. 


6... 


... 0.. 


.... 0. .. 


... 16.. 


...5... 


... 0. . 


27 







4 





5 


11 


7 


7 


3 





33 







3 











7 


35 


3 





45 







4 


5 


11 


7 





31 


4 





58 







4 


8 


7 








26 


5 





46 




n 


... 2... 


. , 


.12... 


. 0.. 


.... .. 


... 14. . 


.. . 2.. 


... 0. . 


28 







4 


15 


6 


8 





43 


8 


4 


84 







5 


5 











15 


3 





23 




1 


6 


10 


26 





6 


15 


2 


5 


64 







3 





8 





8 


8 








24 













.. 


... 0.. 


... . 


... 0.. 


0. . 













6 


6 


12 


11 





20 


4 





53 







5 


20 


13 


6 


lb 


48 


10 





112 







8 


11 


22 


12 


20 


45 


2 





112 




2 


9 


3 


14 


7 


21 


64 


8 


12 


12 




.. 0... 


.. 1 . 








.0 


.0. .. 


65.. 


...3... 


... 0. . 


... 68 







4 


4 


5 





5 


15 


1 





30 







5 


12 


12 


24 


17 


39 


8 





112 


51 


7 


202 


347 


547 


256 


183 


1,416 


221 


40 


3,010 



— 89 — 



\ 



TABLE F - BROTHERHOOD 



CHURCHES 



BROTHERHOOD DIRECTORS S ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



Angler Avenue 
Bells 
Berea 
Bethesda 

Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset 

Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 

Faith 

Fietdcrest 
First 
Gorman 
Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gslead 

Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 

Watts Street 

Westwood 
Yates 

TOTALS 



Willie H. Murray, 2212 Southgate St, Durham, N. C. 27703 

None 

None 

None 

Travis Jackson, 2234 Ferrell Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 

None 
None 

Rev. Don Brown, Rt. 1 , Box 229, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
C. H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27704 

Jim Ellis, 816 TInkerbell Road, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

William D. Ramsey, Rt. 6, Box 355, Hocult Road, Durham, N. 0. 27703 
Ray Wllkins, 2225 Chartotte St., Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mrs. John Olive, 2001 Angier Avenue, Durham, N. C. 27703 
None 

Hugh Hicks 

None 
None 
None 
None 

Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Harold Ausley, 4343 Sterling Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Richard Ferrell, 408 Bingham St., Durham, N. C. 27707 
None 

Gordon Copeland, 4223 Hope Valley Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

None 

None 
None 
None 

Don Lane, RL 7, Box 229, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

M. R. Clark, RL 4, Box 202-B, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

None 

Curtis Sikes, 2638 Pickett Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 
None 

Kenneth J. Glenn, 5808 Wake Forest Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Crafton Mitchell, 1012 Glenco Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
None 
None 

Doug Wyatt, 2546 Ardsley Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 
Thomas Ellis, Rt. 1 , Bahama, N. C. 27503 

None 

Jesse Green, 513 Wildwood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 
None 

Jerry M. Percy, 1508 Turner SL, Durham, N. C. 27703 
None 

None 

None 

Don Bowman, 4019 King Charles Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 

— 90 — 



TABLE G - TOTAL RECEIPTS, LOCAL EXPENDITURES & STEWARDSHIP 



Budget promotion or empha 
sis used during the year 



1 " 

j 

i - 

I 

CHURCHES 


TREASURERS & ADDRESSES (SECLUDING ZIP CODE) 


Number of Tithers 


Cooperative Program goal as 
percent of total Budget 


Associational Missions goal 
as percent of total Budget 


Forward Program 


PAU. Forward Program 


1 Tithers Commitment 


75 

II 

■s 1 

CO s 

S e 
« E 

CO c?; 


, 

1 Angier Avenue 


Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane, Durham, N. C. 27704 


268 


29 


3 










1 Bells 


Mrs James Horton, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 





7 


1 










i Berea 


Mrs. Mary Farreil, 1 21 6 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd., Durham, N.C.2771 3 


10 


3 


2 










j Bethesda 


J. Strickland, 38 Dudley Circle, Durham, N. C. 27703 





16 


1 










j Braggtown 


. E. T. Marsgum, 321 Cheryl Ave., Durham, N. C. 27712 


85 


7 


2 




x 






Calvary 


Don C. Christian, 209 Pleasant Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 


100 


.04 


.01 










! Carrboro 


Mrs. Howard Hearn, 710 W. Main St., Carrboro, N. C. 27510 


125 


12 


2 




x 






Cedar Fork 


Hubert C Green, Rt. 1, Box 246, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 


19 


28 


3 










' Cheek Heights 


Mrs. Donald Foust, 1214 Horseshoe Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 


25 


4 


2 






> 




Cresset 


. Wayne Jones, 703 Churchill Drive, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


160 


3 


.03 






) 




Durham Memorial 


Clayborn Hight, 2815 Independence Ave., Durham, NC. C. 27703 


100 


12 


1 








X 


Ebenezer 


Keith Taylor, 712 Veriform Drive, Bahama, N. C. 27503 


50 














X 


Edgemont 


B. F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., Durham, N. C. 27707 


75 


10 


1 








X 


Ephesus 


Mrs. Thomas E. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 161, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


71 


15 


2 








x 


' Faith 


Terry Bennett, 4624 Jimmy Rogers Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 . . 


42 


8 


3 










■ Fieldcrest 


Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, 3417 Glenn Road, Durham, H. C. 27704 


28 


2 


1 








X 


First 


R. J. Baker, 2301 W. C lub Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27705 





10 


2 










1 Gorman 


Bobby L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 


160 


5 


2 










Grace 


David Rogers, 910 Englewood Ave., Durham, N. C. 27701 


204 


10 


2 




x 






Grey Stone 


Donald Whitworth, 4710 West Hills Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 . . 


460 


.09 


1 






X 




Guess Road 


Mrs. Gladys Thomas, 4834 Kendridge Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 


350 


10 


6 








X 


Holloway Street 


Mrs. Clifton Batchelor, 610 Lindley Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 


115 


5 


3 










Homestead Heights Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 


72 


16 


1 








X 


Hope Valley 


Jesse Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham, N. C. 27713 


70 


6 


2 








X 


Immanuel 


Mrs. Arthur Ward, 2503 Sparger Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 .... 


70 


11 


3 










Lakewood 


Mrs. Lawrence J. Ward, 3900 Hulon Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 


40 


.05 


.03 








X 


Lowe's Grove 


Mrs. Virgil Riggsbee, Rt. 1, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 


31 


22 


3 










Lystra 


Mrs. Jessie Romeyn, 1 429 Smith Level Road, Chapel Hill, N. C. 2751 4 


00 


Q 



1 








X 


Mt. Carmel 


Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Box 255, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


39 


10 


1 










Mt. Gilead 


J. A Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 


30 


8 


1 










Mt. Hermon 


55 


23 


4 










Mt. Moriah 


Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 


40 


.003 


.007 










Mt. Pisgah 


Mrs. Ralph Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex, N. C. 27502 


33 


17 


2 










Olive Branch 


Mrs. J. M. Mangum, 4017 Wake Forest Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 


26 


10 


2 








X 


Page Road 


Mrs. Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines, Durham, N. C. 27703 ... 


40 


11 


1 








X 


Park View 


Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 


52 


3 


1 








X 


Parkwood 


Garland Moorefield, 133 Wcklow Lane. Durham, N. C. 27713 





18 


4 






X 




Plalnview 


Miss Jacqueline Jenks, 2427 Redwood Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 





4 


2 








X 


Red Mountain 


Mrs. Betty Ellis, Rt. 2, Rougemont, N. C. 27572 


15 


6 


4 










Ridgecrest 


. Ida Morgan, 5623 Bonnie Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 


101 


1 


1 










Rose of Sharon 


William Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 


80 


5 


2 








X 


Temple 


R. Zack Long, 614 BonAire, Durham, N. C. 27704 


47 


8 


2 


X 








Trinity 


Gerald G. Payne, Sr., 2417 Windy Hill Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 


15 


6 


3 










University 


Sam McCiure, 719 Emory Dfm, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 


102 


9 











X 


Watts Street . . . 


. Eleanor S. Whitfield, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 





.05 


.02 








X 


Westwood 


R. L. Terrell, 5711 Woodberry Road, Durham, N. C. 27707 


35 


11 


5 










Yates 


Bob Wilmarth, 3725 Randolph Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 


125 


13 


2 




x 






TOTALS 


— 92 — 

















Total tithes, all offerings, and 
special gifts 


All other receipts 


Total receipts 


Money borrowed 


Church staff salaries 


Money paid out on new con- 

tttnirtlnn riiirinn tho waar 


Debt retirement during 
the year 


Church literature 


All other local expenditures 


Total local expenditures 


181,861 





181,861 







65,431 





1,790 


3,488 


23,572 


94,281 


26.000 


497 


26,497 







11,860 








850 


4,285 


16,995 


19,483 





19,483 







5,047 


10,890 





334 


3,212 


19,483 


141,690 


128.824 


270,514 







42,745 





6,000 


4,825 


153,432 


207,002 


. . . 159,828 


. . 4.200 


. . 164,028 







. . 59,091 





. . 35,143 


3,805 


. . . . 4,506 


. . 102,545 


108,774 


1.697 


110,471 







25,975 





23,128 


3,506 


42,279 


94,888 


139,031 


230 


139,261 







51,930 





27,152 


4,884 


37,835 


121,801 


32,424 





32,424 







10,286 








870 


2,793 


13,949 


19,248 


92 


19,340 







9.960 








345 


9,592 


19,897 


. . . 125,490 





. . 125,490 







. . 32.709 





. . 56,700 


, . . 4,083 


. . . 17,688 


. . 111,180 


163,250 





163,250 







58.032 


5,000 


800 


8,000 


20,347 


92,179 


103,444 


17.460 


120,851 







44.417 





32,100 


2,516 


29,497 


108.530 


62,672 


1.500 


64,172 







29,600 





2,082 


3,900 


22,500 


58,082 


60,841 





60,481 







27.318 








3.537 


19.257 


50.112 


.... 52.099 


87 


. . . 52,186 







. . 19,242 


. ..... 


. . . 8,319 


. . 1,481 


. . . . 6,969 


. . . 36.011 


21,168 


135 


21,303 







11,606 


750 


2,010 


745 


4,336 


19,477 


246,015 


6.605 


252,620 







105,731 





30,000 


9,325 


41,981 


187,037 


170,044 





170,044 







54,533 





29,038 


7,511 


53,458 


114,560 


198,240 


99.538 


297,778 







70,572 








2,779 


170,436 


243,787 


. . 427,502 


. 93.689 


. . 521,191 







. . 96.571 





. . 42,497 


. . 7.988 


. . 277.136 


. . 424,192 


171,501 





171,501 







26.151 


45,708 


23,202 


4,070 


40,120 


139,251 


130,265 


600 


130.865 







40.807 





10,750 


4,589 


50,560 


106,706 


75,250 


617 


75.867 







27.675 





17,605 


1,745 


17,267 


64,292 


87.935 


197 


88.132 







32.024 





19,488 


1,113 


13,219 


65,844 


. . . 73,802 





. . . 73,802 







. . 28.906 





. . 13,572 


. ... 863 


.... 6,247 


. . . 49,588 


75,750 





75.750 







27,184 





9,480 


1,221 


32,470 


70,355 


72,846 


579 


73,425 







25,971 








3,203 


9,548 


38,722 


19,407 


23.224 


42,631 







7,140 


3,687 





556 


4,793 


16,176 


An oon 

42,829 





42,829 


25,000 




13,734 


37,680 


4,275 


1,389 


1 1 ,493 


68,571 


26,607 





26,607 







9,610 





4,970 


725 


4,623 


19,928 


. . . 26,607 





. . . 26.607 







. . . 9,610 





. . . 4,970 


, ... 725 


.... 4,623 


. . . 19,928 


67,266 


5.906 


73,172 







19,943 





3,875 


2,003 


19,079 


44,900 


43,533 


682 


44,215 







8,932 





9,225 


861 


26,403 


45,421 


29.910 


192 


30,102 







16,757 








1,646 


2,834 


21,237 


59,793 





59,793 


53,000 




17.500 


16,482 


5,954 


2,923 


8.854 


51,713 


. . . 36.606 





. . . 36.606 







.. 11.235 





.. 12,000 


... 1,607 


.... 3,605 


. . . 28,447 


61,128 


3.250 


64,378 







31.789 





9,300 


1.386 


18,022 


60,497 


66.148 


12.038 


78.186 







25.898 





29,677 


1,559 


21,395 


78,529 


76,956 





76.956 







21,000 





32,441 


1,167 


15,818 


70,426 


34,093 


1.148 


35,241 







10.140 








817 





10,957 


.. 118.208 


. 63,963 


. . 181,171 







. . 25,408 





. . 19,360 


... 1,837 


. . . 10,671 


. . . 57,276 


69.590 


59,545 


129,135 







23,095 





19,404 


1,189 


77,571 


121,259 


150,293 


1,424 


151,717 


4,576 




60,088 





18,657 


2,047 


57,577 


138,369 


63,501 





63,501 


164,000 




22,353 


161,635 


16,467 


2,130 


16,200 


218,785 


112,496 


26,769 


139.265 







62,233 








3,917 


60,815 


126,965 


. . 138,766 





. . 138,766 







. . 68,058 





. . 18,000 


. . 3,082 


. ..41.234 


. . 130,374 


4,588,441 


635,510 


5,223,898 


355,376 


1,574,747 


362,433 


621,813 


132,739 


1,624,687 


4,316,199 



- 93 - 



TABLE H -MISSION EXPENDITURES 



CHURCH SPONSORED MISSIONS 



CHURCHES 



CHURCH CLERKS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE) 



B CI 

as 



O OS 

_ « 
< E 



11 



Angler Avenue 



Braggtown 

Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 

Cresset . . 

Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 

Faith 

Fieldcrest 
First 
Gorman 
Grace 

Grey Stone 

Guess Road 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 

Immanuel 

Lakewood 
Lowe's Grove 
Lystra 
Mt. Garmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Hermon 
Mt. Moriah 
Mt. Pisgah 
Olive Branch 

Page Road 

Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 

Ridgecrest 

Rose of Sharon 

Temple 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street .... 

Westwood 

Yates 

TOTALS 



Mrs. I. F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. B. L. Mason, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 149, Apex, N. C. 27502 
Mrs. George Barker, Rt. 3, Box 295-A, Durham, N. 0. 27713 
Tommy Kerr, 341 Bandock Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., Durham, N. 0. 27705 . . . 
Mrs. Larry R. Johnson, 705 Pleasant Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. Henry Swaim, 603 Hillsborough Road, Carrboro, N. 0. 27510 
Mrs. Johnnie Evans, Rt. 1, Box 324, Morrisville, N. C. 27560 
Mrs. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Terrace, Durham, N. 0. 27704 

Carol Salmon, 3239 Winfield Drive, Durham, N. C. 27707 

Mrs. William D. Ramsey, Rt. 6, Box 355, Hocutt Rd., Durham, N C 
Mrs. G. F. Riley, Rt. 2, Box 519, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Miss Patricia Rives, 1121 Raynor St., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. Kenneth King, Rt. 6, Box 149, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 
Mrs. Jerry T. Bennett, 4624 Jimmy Rogers Road, Durham, N. C. 27704 
Mrs. Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, N. 0. 27704 
Miss Maggie Morris, 1410 N. Mangum St., Durham, N. 0. 27701 
Mrs. A. D. Fogleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham, N. C. 27704 
Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Court, Durham, N. C. 27705 
J. Leonard Rigsbee, 2006 Sunset Ave., Durham, N. C. 27705 .... 
Mrs. W. A. Harris, 1901 Kirkwood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mrs. Tyson M. Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Drive, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266-B, Durham, N. C. 27713 
Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 . . 
Mrs. V. Muir, 3775 Guess Road, Unit 17, Durham, N. C. 27705 
J. Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham, N. C. 27713 
Tom Bland, Rt. 3, Box 552, Chape! Hill, N. C. 27514 
Mrs. T. Louis Gate, Rt. 7, Box 234, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Mrs. Roy A, Morris, Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro, N. C. 27312 

Mrs. Worth Shelton, 317 Morreene Road, Durham, N. C. 27702 
Mrs. Charlie R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham, N. C. 27707 
Mrs. J. E. Booth, RL 3, Box 240, Durham, N. C. 27713 
Mrs. Kenneth Glenn, 5808 Wake Forest Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. John E. Wallace, Rt. 4, Box 365-A, Durham, N. C. 27703 .... 
C. L. Yearwood, Jr., 2622 Newquay SI, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mrs. Ernest A. Dollar, 101 Monterey Lane, Durham, N. C. 27713 
Mrs. Wm. J. Harward, 1 620 Fletchers Chapel Rd., Durham, N.C. 27703 
Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 28, Rougemont, N. 0. 27572 

Alpha Lee, 5115 Stephens Lane, Durham, N. C. 27712 

Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Road, Durham, N. C. 27712 
E. L. Kerley, Jr., 2808 Sparager Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 
Mrs. B. R. O'Briant, 1912 So-Hi Drive, Durham, N. C. 27703 
Mrs. Carolyn Wallace, P. 0. Box 875, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 

Eleanor S. Whitfield, P. 0. Box 3057, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Mrs. 0. D. King, 1825 Forest Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 

Ms. Ernie Watson, 3109 Hornbuckle Place, Durham, N. C. 27707 

- 94 - 



27703 







. 


263 








. . 0. 





.0 




. 





.0 





.. 




. 0. 





. . 0. 



263 








...0 





. . . 0. 


4,000 



. . 





... 








. ... 





.... 0. 



4,000 



OTHER MISSION CAUSE EXPENDITURES 



iCooperatlve Program 


Associational missions 
Iprogram 


Designated: State missions 


Designated: SB Home Mis- 
sions (inci. Annie Armstrong 
Easter offerina) 


Designated: SB Foreign Mis- 
sions (incl. Lottie Moon 
Christmas offerinq) 


Designated: SB Christian 
education (schools, etc.) 


Designatged: SB Children's 
homes (cash plus goods) 


Designated: SB Hospitals 


Designated: SB Homes for the 
aaed 


Designated: All other 
(Bible Society, Temperance 
League, etc.) 


Total other mission 
cause expenditures 


Grand total 
Mission expenditures 




0,0H0 


1 R9fi 


1 219 


4 '?9fl 


503 


1 589 


857 

oo / 


758 
1 oo 


5,299 


21,512 


63 666 

UO,UUU 


1 I'M 


200 


341 


207 


325 


140 


489 


103 





400 


2I205 


3,942 


n 

u 


99R 


n 

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RR 

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44 

44 




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14R 

1 40 


R1 

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49 


594 


RQ4 

094 


91 7ftft 

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1 9Rn 


407 

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1 9ft7 


4 7R3 


Q9Q 


1 48*^ 


1 1 


R7n 

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1,845 


15,551 


37,339 


... 1 U, / uU 


9 Q4'? 

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9 nnn 

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4 nnn 

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n Rift 

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94 '^fifi 




1 R7R 





7RR 


1 949 





290 








130 


3,992 


8,147 


11 9nfi 




U 1 u 


1 916 


3 960 


333 


499 


517 

O 1 1 


499 





11^693 


23 164 




QR4 


179 


18S 


670 


R 


1 1R 

1 1 o 


94 


89 


39 


2 336 

c,oou 


11 "^^R 

1 1 ,000 


525 


315 





90 


150 








57 

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612 


1,137 


4 000 


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99R 


9 fi7n 


12,480 


800 


500 





500 





17 17R 
1 ( , 1 1 


21,175 


1 4 9sn 


1 380 


950 


1,448 


3,853 





200 


200 


200 


700 


8,931 


23,181 





130 


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n 

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891 


l|021 


li021 


6 000 


1 000 


1 1R 


311 

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827 


13 


155 


18 





88 


2^527 


8 597 


Q '^9R 


1 ,ouo 


60 


RR4 

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9 615 





260 

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365 

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294 


373 

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5 839 


1R 1fi4 
10,1 ut 


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1 977 


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90 


471 




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24 


1 fi79 


R 97fi 
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660 


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179 

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204 





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96 

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£. 1 U 


1 9fi'^ 


1 Q94 

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9 474 


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19 9*^9 


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6,723 


2,232 


53 


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6,302 





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1 252 


700 


R Q96 


1ft 9RR 
1 0x00 


94 Q7ft 

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9 714 


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1 7QR 


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4,Zo 1 


3,816 


477 


249 


460 


788 


60 


738 


393 


465 


155 


3,785 


7,601 


.... 1,342 


..275 


.113 


.242 


765. 


.... 0. 


.. 150 


...53 


.66 


... 500 


.. 2,164 


. . 3,506 


12,762 


2,260 


127 


411 


2,059 





81 


50 


85 


200 


5,273 


18,035 


1,200 


250 


24 


98 


515 


17 


92 


36 


49 





1.081 


2.281 


5,075 


550 


15 


316 


639 





251 








42 


1,813 


6,888 


3,666 


719 


68 


396 


824 


28 


177 


44 


5 


512 


2,573 


6,239 


2,679 


.260 


.573 


.... 5. 


. ... 912. 


. . . 0, 


...5. 


.. .0 


... 


... 205 


.1,960 


. . 4,439 


1,952 


863 


150 


532 


748 


75 


50 


75 


75 


845 


3,413 


5,365 


1,250 


275 


107 


219 


586 





17 


62 


37 


91 


1,394 


2,644 


2,475 


1,277 





665 














16 


3,706 


3,706 


6,181 


1,000 


200 


60 


152 


286 





256 


60 


70 





1,084 


2,084 


800 


400 








1,500 





200 


7,856 





5.576 


7,856 


8.456 


1,720 


775 


439 


881 


1,071 





625 


250 


375 


212 


4,628 


6.348 


8,250 


2,300 


520 


1,665 


1,845 





704 


426 


208 


1,785 


9,453 


17,703 


3,667 


1,665 





428 


627 











37 





2,757 


6,424 


8,750 


100 


72 


1,960 


2,553 


15 





381 


154 


515 


5,750 


14,500 


6,713 


. 2,400 


. . 142 


.. 170 


582. 


. . . 70 


. . 266 


129 


25 


. 15,864 


19.648 


26,361 


6,543 


1,050 


319 


720 


1,825 





156 


250 








4.320 


10.863 


15,033 


3,000 


252 


1,007 


3,834 


200 


1180 








2,185 


10,658 


25,691 


1,356,164 


65,849 


13,570 


35,698 


120,576 


7,188 


17,900 


7,888 


7,748 


102,308 


378,599 


738,828 



- 95 — 



TABLE I - SPECIAL INFORMATION 



CHURCHES 


CHAIRMEN OF DEACONS & ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODE 


iNo. churchtype missions 1 


started during the year 
No. church-type missions 


currently operating 
^0. other-type missions 
started during the year 


No. other-type missions 
currently operating 


No. missions volunteers 


Angler Avenue 


Manlev Johnson Pleasant Drive Ext Durham N C 27703 

ITIUIIIVJ WUIIIIwWil] 1 ll/Uwuili L/l 1 W W L.A1>) wUIIIUlllj l«. \J, f f \J\J 














i 


Bells 


Earl Parker, Rt. 2, Apex, N. 0. 27502 











ft 



ft 




Berea 


Mack Vickers, Rt. 3, Box 116, Durham, N. 0. 27713 











ft 




ft 




Bethesda 


Robert Clayton, 2500, Windy Hill Road, Durham, N. 0. 27703 








n 



ft 




ft 


Braggtown 


E. B. Clement, 4020 Roxboro Road Durham, N C 27704 





A 


. 0. 


ft 

. . 0. 


ft 

. 


Calvarv 


Robert G Hall 3905 Cash Road Durham N C 27703 














1 


Carrboro 


\A/orH CotTor ROO 1 \inn 1 ona Phonal Uill Kl P 07d y1 

waro beizer, ouo Lyon Lane, unapei hmi, im. u. ^idih 














24 


nf!fl2)r Fnrk 


Johnnip Fvans Rt 1 Box 324 Morrisvillp N C, 27RR0 

WUIIIIIIIW L-VCIIIW} III. 1^ UvA KJC^ ^ If 1 Vl 1 Iw V 1 llUf l«< W> ^ 1 

















HhRRk Hfiiaht<t 


C H Shelton 1004 E Club Blvd Durham N C 27704 

\J . II. WilVliWll] 1 V^iUIJ UIVU.} L/UI liaillj 11. W. ^1 1 V~ 

















Cresset 


Jesse Cole 2938 Chapel Hill Road Durham N C 27707 





. 


. 0. 


. . 0. 


. 


Durham Memorial 


Roy Watson, 2505 Ross Road, Durham, N. C. 27703 











10 





Ebenezer 


James inompson, bramoie urive, uurnam, im. u. 

















Edaemont 


Not elected 

















Ephesus 


Jesse Moye, 1603 Ephesus Church Road, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 














2 


Faith 


Lewis Murnhv 248 Debra Drive Durham N C 27704 





. 


. 0. 


. . 0. 




Fieldcrest 


Roger T. DeHart, 2509 Bullock Drive, Durham, N. C. 27701 














f 


Pirct 
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rianma XA/illiomc OftR Arnnnno nriiio riiirhom Kl P 0770^ 

ucuiyc wiiiiduio, cuo Higonnc unve, uurndin, in. l>. ^/ iw 

















Gorman 


B. L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Drive, Durham, N. C. 27704 

















Grace 


Gerald McLeroy. 737 Donlee Drive, Durham, N. C. 27712 

















Grev Stone 


Carl Wallace 2713 Uwndale Ave Durham N C 27705 








0. 


. . 0. 


. 1 


Gue^s Road 


Ed Goehring, 2215 Charlotte St., Durham, N. C. 27705 

















Holloway Street 


Wayne iMuit, i lUo ueiano bt., uurnam, im. o. ^/ /Uo 











1 





HnniR<;tR;)r1 Hpinht^ 


W Rav Roaers 2538 Fairlawn Road Durham N C 27705 

W. IIQw llUUvlW) £m\J\J\J 1 UIIIQWII IlliUU] L/UiilUlllf l«. \J . 1 WW 

















IIUpu Vulluj 


Tom Hall 1028 Caropntpr-FlPtrhpr Road Durham N P. 27713 

1 Ulll ilUll] 1 \Jl-\J Vi^uI pOlllvl 1 ll/iwilvl IIUQU) Lyillllulll, l«. \J . CI 1 1 KJ 





1 











ImmanuRl 


Gene Smith 2003 Brocton Place Durham N C 27712 





. 


. . 0. 


.. 0. 





1 akfivunnd 


Herbert Finch 3829 Garrett Road Durham N C 27707 














1 


Lowe's Grove 


n>iiiiH \A/ronn Dt Q Anav M P 071^00 

uaviQ wrenn, m. o, Apex, im. u. ^(Du<: 

















Lystra 


Clayton Dollar, Rt. 3, Box 269, Chapel Hill, N. C. 27514 














2 


Mt Harmfil 

iTll. wUl lllwl 


Bruce Martindale 1516 E Franklin St Chanel Hill N C 27514 

Ul ui/w ifiui iiiiuuiWf iWiw 1 luiiniiii wi.) v/iiapul iiiii^ i«. \j. ciwt^ 

















Mt Gllead 


Jerrv Clarke Rt 4 Box 202-C Pittsboro N C 27312 





. 


. . 0. 


. . 0. 


. 


Mt Hprmnn 


William P.lavtnn R331 Old Hilkhnrnunh Rnari Hiirham N P. 2770S 

















Mt Mnri;ih 

Ifll. Iflwl lull 


Oarl 5i Hnurh 4003 Kprlpv RoAd nurham N C 2770R 











2 





Mt PIsaah 


Carlvlp I pwtpr Rt 3 Adpx N P. 27502 

















niivp Rrsnrh 


Jnp 1 Dnwrilp Rt R Rnx 132 Durham N P 27703 

















Pm9. Rn^iri 

r ayw nuau 


npnp ^tinnptt R9R 1 vnn Rn;irl Diirham N P. 9770? 














6 


Park U'lAW 


Pnp strain 2908 Omaha Durham N P 27701^ 

XJvv oil Olll, ^^UO UlllullCl Ol., UUI llalll, l«. V. 1 Uvl 

















Parkwood 


Lutner Wheeier, roxcran Lane, uurnam, N. c. 2m1 j 

















r luiiivicvf 


Dovle Griffin 4700 Rivermont Drive Durham N P 27712 

WUTIW Ulllllll] ~ f \J\J IliVUIIIIUIIi LfllWW) L/UI llulllj Iv. \J, C§ 1 1 £, 














27 


Rpd Mnuntain 

1 1 VU iVlwUlllUlll 


Thomas Ellis Rt 1 Bahama N P 27503 


1 


1 











Ridaecrest 


Don McFarland 5114 Kenwood Road Durham N C 27712 





. 


. . 0. 


. 0. 


. 


Rn^R nf Sh;)rnn 


Tommv 1 amm R02R Raintrpp Rnari hiirham N P. 27712 

















Tpmnip 


R P Winklnr 3010 FInIn <>t Durham N P 27704 
n. \j. wiiiniui, ou 1 u ciyiii oi., uuiiiaiii, ii. \j. £.i iuh 














7 


Trinitu 
1 1 limy 


Rnhhv Ppnclprnr^ift 1Q24 Frinprtnn Driup Durham N P 97703 
Duuuy r ciiuci yi all, io^h cuyciiuii uiivc, uuiiiaiii, n. \j. £.i luo 

















University 


Ted Tysinger, 423 Granville Road, Chapel Hill, N. C 27514 

















Watts Street ... 


Dr. Howard A. Strobel, 1119 Woodburn Road, Durham, N. C. 27705 . . 





. 2 


. . 2. 


.. 0. 


. 


Westwood 


Linwood Tew, 706 Frasier St., Durham, N. C. 27704 

















Yates 


John Harris, 3512 Manford Drive, Durham, N. C. 

















TOTALS 


- 96 - 


J. 


4 


2^ 




70— 



Annie Armstrong Offering 


Number participating in 
Missions Night Out 


No. aduit S.S.ciasses Started 


Sunday Schooi Woricers 
Meeting w-weei(ly M-monthiy 


No. mission S. S.'s started 


Day care enroiiment 




Does church have, observe, pian, use, etc.? (Y = 


Yes 


:N 


= No) 


Christian Day Schooi enroi- 
ment 


■Library 


iPianning new buiiding 
|or remodeiing project 


iMissions Committee 


History Committee 


10% to Annuity Board for 
minister's retirement 


broadcast on radio or TV 


F. M. mek of Prayer 


Deacon training 


H. M. Graded Series study 


On To-Coilege Day 1 


Senior aduit program 


Religious Liberty Sunday 1 


Baptist Doctrine Study 1 


Youth mek 1 


World Missions Coference 1 


State paper in budget | 


817 




















Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


207 








M 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


55 




















N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N. 


Y 


Y. 


N. 


N. 


Y. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


Y 


N 


737 





1 








22 


87 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


2,177. 


.0. 


1. 


. M. 


0. 


. . 0. 


.. 0. 


Y. 


.. N. 


N. 


Y 


.. N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


755 








M 





140 





Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


1,916 








W 








Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


188 





1 














Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y. 


Y 


N. 


N. 


Y. 


Y. 


N. 


Y. 


Y. 


Y. 


N 


90 




















Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


1,062. 


.0. 


0. 


. W. 


0. 


. . 0. 


215. 


Y. 


. Y. 


Y. 


N 




N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


1,448 








M 





68 





Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


83 








W 











Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


311 


6 





M 











N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N. 


Y 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N 


493 





2 














Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


9,000. 


.0. 


0. 


. M. 


0. 


.0. 


.. 0. 


Y. 


.. N 


N 


Y 


. . Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


50 




















Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


1,840 








M 











Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


357 





1 








78 





Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y. 


Y. 


Y. 


Y. 


N. 


N. 


Y. 


N. 


N 


1,698 


8 











102 





Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


1.070. 


.0. 


0. 


. W. 


0. 


64. 


. . 0. 


Y. 


.. N. 


N. 


N 


. . N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


1,013 




















Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


2,825 














50 





Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


137 




















N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y. 


Y. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


N. 


Y. 


N. 


Y 


165 





1 














Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


. 532. 


R 





0. 


0. 


0. 


.0. 


Y. 


.. N. 


N. 


N 


. N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


154 





1 


M 











Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


910 


10 

















Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


463 


7 





M 











Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y. 


N 


N. 


N 


N. 


N. 


Y, 


N. 


N 


460 




















Y 


N 


v 
T 


V 

Y 


V 

T 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


. 242 


. . 0. 


0. 


. . 0. 


0. 


. . 0. 


. . 0. 


N. 


. . N. 


N. 


N 


.. N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


411 








M 











N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


21 








M 











Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


300 




















Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y. 


N 


N. 


N 


N. 


N 


N 


.N. 


Y 


396 


8 


1 














Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


.200. 


.0. 


. 0. 


. M. 


. 0. 


.0. 


. . 0. 


Y. 


.. N. 


N. 


N 


.. N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


532 


10 





M 











Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


219 


50 





M 





159 





Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


665 


5 


1 














Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N. 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


152 




















N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 




Y 


N 


N 


i .333. 


.0. 


. 1. 


. M. 


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. 40. 


. 43. 


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. . Y. 


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N 


.. N 


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Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


443 





2 


M 





71 





Y 


N 


H 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


1 1,665 





1 


M 











Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


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N 


N 


428 








M 











Y 


N 


N 


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N 


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N 


N 


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N. 


N 


N 


N 


N 


1 25,850 





2 


M 





47 





Y 


Y 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


i .170 





1 


M 





46 


n 


Y 


N. 


Y 


N 


.. N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


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N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


588 


15 

















Y 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


N 


1,003 


104 


1 


W 





60 





Y 


N 


N 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Y 


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N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


N 


Y 


1 64,631 


231 


18 






947 


345 






















































97 - 

























\ 



INDEX 



Address by Reverend Hubert S. Mumford 34 

Associational Board 4 

Calendar of Activities 13 

Church Directory: 

Associate or Assistant Pastors 68 

Church Clerks 71 

Church Media Center/Library Directors 73 

Church Secretaries 70 

Church Treasurers 75 

Churches and Pastors 67 

Licensed Ministers 79 

Ministers of Education 68 

Ministers Ordained This Year 77 

Ministers of Education 70 

Ministers of Youth 69 

Missions Committee Chairmen 77 

Organists 73 

Other Ordained Ministers 78 

Stewardship Chairmen 76 

Committees 10 

Constitution 21 

Dedication of 1978 Minutes 3 

Enrolment of Messengers, Visitors and Pastors 18 

Historical Table 62 

Meals for Associational & W. M. U. Annual Meetings 64 

New Staff Members 56 

Officers of Associational Organizations 10 

Our Beloved Dead 65 

Proceedings of Annual Session 31 



— 98 - 



Report Section: 

Auditor 59 

Associational Board 40 

Brotherhood 44 

Camp Committee 45 

Church Media Center 44 

Church Training 42 

Community Ministries 50 

Deacons' Committee T 44 

Evangelism Committee 47 

Financial Statement 56 

Future Development Committee 45 

Complete Report 45 

History of Bells Church 38 

History of Cedar Forks Church 38 

Inter-Faith Committee 47 

Laubach 48 

Missions Committee 49 

Music Council 43 

Ordination Committee 48 

Proposed Budget 59 

Radio & Television 47 

Resolutions Committee 51 

Senior Adults 49 

Singles 30 — 50 48 

Singles Over 50 48 

Sunday School 42 

Woman's Missionary Union 43 

Years to Publish History 20 

Youth Advisory 45 

Statistical Tables (A — I) 80 



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YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 
THIRTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 
1978 




CEDAR FORK BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOaATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

TfflRTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 

1979 




BRAGGTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 



Yates Baptist Association 

2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: (919)489-3396 

Thirty-First Annual Session 



The Annual Sessions 

MONDAY EVENING - OCTOBER 29, 1979 
Angier Avenue Baptist Church 
2026 Angier Avenue 

TUESDAY MORNING - OCTOBER 30, 1979 
Park View Baptist Church 
2500 Acadia Street 
(Lunch provided by Group IV) 

TUESDAY EVENING - OCTOBER 30, 1979 
Page Road Baptist Church 
At the Southern High School Auditorium 
1818 Ellis Road 



Table of Contents 



Directories: 

Associational Staff and Officers 4 

Churches and Pastors 5 

Church Clerks 9 

Church Media and Library Directors 10 

Church Secretaries 10 

Church Treasurers 11 

Committees 12 

Licensed and Orgained Ministers 13 

Ministers of Education 14 

Ministers of Music 15 

Ministers of Youth 16 

Organists 16 

Stewardship Chairmen 18 

Calendar 19 

Constitution and By Laws 31 

Historical Table 40 

History of Braggtown Church 43 

History of Lystra Church 44 

In Memoriam 45 

Meals for Association and W.M.U. Annual Meetings 48 

Messengers to Annual Sessions 49 

Program — 1979 Annual Sessions 53 

Representatives on Associational Executive Board 55 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 57 

Reports: 

Reports herein cover an 11 Month Year, Oct. 1, 1978 - Aug. 31, 1979. 

Auditor 58 

Associational Board 60 

Brotherhood 61 

Camp Committee 63 

Church Media Center 77 

Church Training 73 

Committees 1979-1980 78 

Community Ministries 65 

Deacons' Committee 63 

Evangelism Committee 64 



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Financial Statement 70 

Laubach 65 

Missions Committee 66 

Music Council 62 

Nominations 72 

Ordination Committee 81 

Place & Preacher 72 

Senior Adults 68 

Singles 30-50 69 

Singles Over 50 68 

Sunday School 61 

Woman's Missionary Union 84 

Youth Advisory 64 

STAtlSTICAL TABLES (A - I) 86 



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DIRECTORY OF CHURCH CLERKS 



*Angier Avenue Mrs. I. F. Rowland, 204 Reynod St., Durham 27703 

Bells Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Berea Mrs. D. C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham 27713 

*Bethesda Tommy Kerr, 341 Bandock Dr., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. R. L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., Durham 27705 

Calvary Mrs. Larry R. Johnson, 705 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Henry Swaim, 603 Hillsboro Rd., Carrboro 27510 

*Cedar Fork Mrs. Johnnie Evans, Rt. 1, Box 324, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Terrace, Durham 27704 

Cresset Mrs. Marjorie Dewell, 2427 Tyron Road, Durham 27705 

*Durham, First . . . Miss Magie Morris, 1410 N. Mangum, Durham 27701 

Durham Memorial Mrs. William D. Ramsey, Rt. 6, Box 355, 

Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Mrs. G. F. Riley, Rt. 2, Box 519, Durham 27705 

*Edgemont Miss Patricia Rives, 1121 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

*Ephesu's Mrs. Kenneth King, Rt. 6, Box 149, Chapel Hill 27514 

Faith Mrs. Ruth S. Moore, 2711 Independence Ave., Durham 27703 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Kathryn Denton, 3330 Glen Rd., Durham 27704 

Gorman Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 JE. Geer St., Durham 27704 

*Grace Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham 27705 

Grey Stone J. Leonard Rigsbee, 2006 Sunset Ave., Durham 27705 

Guess Road Mrs. Shirley Harris, 1901 Kirkwood Dr., Durham 27705 

*Holloway Street . Mrs. Tyson Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

*Homestead Heights Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., 

Durham 27705 

Hope Valley Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266-B, Durham 27713 

*Immanuel. . . Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Road, Durham 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. V. Muir, 3775 Guess Road, Unit 17, Durham 27705 

*Lowe's Grove Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver, 1320 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd., 

Durham 27713 

*Lystra Tom Bland, Rt. 3, Box 552, Chapel Hill 27514 

*Mount Carmel . . . Mrs. T. Louis Gate, Rt. 7, Box 234, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead Mrs. Roy Morris, Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro 27312 

Mount Hermon Mrs. Ralph Dennis, Rt. 1, Box 207-B, Durham 27705 

Mount Moriah . . . Mrs. Charlie R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham 27707 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. J. E. Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham 27713 

Olive Branch Mrs. Kenneth Glenn, 5808 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. John E. Wallace, Rt. 4, Box 365-A, Durham 27703 

Park View Clarence Yearwood, 2622 Newquay St., Durham 27705 

Parkwood Mrs. Ernest A. Dollar, 101 Monterey Lane, Durham 27713 

Plainview 

*Red Mountain. . . Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 28, Rougemont 27572 
Ridgecrest .... Jacqueline McFarland, 5114 Kenwood Rd. Durham 27712 

*Rose of Sharon Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Rd., 

Durham 27712 

Temple E. L. Kerley, Jr., 2808 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 

Trinity Mrs. B. R. O'Briant, 1912 So-Hi Dr., Durham 27703 

University Mrs. Carolyn Wallace, Box 873, Chapel Hill 27514 



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Watts Street 

*Westwood Mrs. 6. D. King, 1825 Forest Rd., Durham 27705 

Yates Carolyn Watson, 3109 Hornbuckle PI., Durham 27707 

* Perfect Church Letters 

CHURCH MEDIA CENTER / LIBRARY DIRECTORS 

Angier Avenue Mrs. John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore, Durham 27707 

Bethesda Ms. Estelle Hodnett, 3845 Angier Ave., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. Ray Corn, 231 Latta Rd., Durham 27712 

Calvary . . . Mrs. Thomas H. Dempsey, 425 Weatherly Dr., Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Aubrey Key, 102 Melba Circle Dr., Carrboro 27510 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Edwin Couch, Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Durham, First Mrs. Virgil Watkins, 2501 State St., Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial Mrs. David Brame, 2901 Ross Rd., Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Elmo Whitaker, 1706 Avondale Dr., Durham 27701 

Grey Stone Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 

Guess Road Mrs. Katie Hunt, 3226 Rose of Sharon, Durham 27704 

Holloway Street . . . .Miss Sheila Durham, 1213 N. Miami, Durham 27703 

Homestead Heights Harold Moore, 310 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 

Immanuel Mrs. Steve Smith, 5513 Ventura Dr., Durham 27712 

Lakewood Mrs. Herbert Finch, 3829 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Jesse Ship, 4310 Apex Hwy., Durham 27713 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Ben Cheek, Box 255, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Moriah . . . Mrs. Charlie R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham 27707 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Falhe Farrell, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

OHve Branch Mrs. Robert Toler, Rt. 6, Box 322, Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. Martha Sorrell, 919 Torredge Rd., Durham 

Park View Mrs. Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 

Ridgecrest Mrs. Ethel Crabtree, 205 Midland Rd., Durham 27712 

University Ms. EHzabeth Fisher, Box 2373, Chapel Hill 27514 

Westwood Mrs. J. Linwood Tew, 706 Frasier St., Durham 27704 

Yates Ms. Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd., Durham 27705 

CHURCH SECRETARIES 

Angier Avenue . . . Mrs. Allen D. Austin, 104 Galax Lane, Durham 27703 

Bells Mrs. Faye Copeland, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Bethesda Ms. Betty Lamb, 1107 Park Ave., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. N. B. Donald, 3009 Winston Rd., Durham 27704 

Calvary Mrs. Ralph Faulker, 3224 Rowena Ave., Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. James Greenlee, 106 Lilac, Carrboro 27510 

Cheek Heights Miss Kay Ladd, 4411 JRhew Dr., Durham 27704 

Cresset Mrs. Earl Roycroft, 3428 Randolph Rd., Durham 27705 

Durham, First Mrs. Barbara Atkinson, 2910 Buckingham Rd., 

Durham 27707 

Durham Memorial Mrs. R. T. Foushee, 109 N. Joyland Ave., 

, , Durham 27703 



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Ebenezer . . . .Mrs. Stephen Mabie, 5606 Old Hillsborough, Durham 27705 

Edgemont Mrs. Ashland Gale, 626 Hammond St., Durham 27704 

Ephesus Mrs. Eugene Grace, Rt. 6, Box 350, Chapel Hill 27514 

Faith .Mrs. Shirley Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., Durham 27704 

Gorman Mrs. Blanche Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 

Grace Mrs. J. H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham 27705 

Grey Stone Ms. Louise Garrard, 1306 H. Leon St., Durham 27705 

Guess Road Miss Betsy Taylor, 3112 Guess Rd., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street .... Mrs. Hubert Mumford, 1108 Raynor, Durham 27703 
Homestead Heights .... Mrs. Chff Hood, 101 Tracy Trail, Durham 27712 
Hope Valley . Mrs. Teri Atkins, 9-G Kingswood Apts., Chapel Hill 27514 

Immanuel Mrs. E. C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. Daryl Junk, 1806 1/2 Shelton Ave., Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove . .Mrs. Virgil Riggsbee, Rt. 1, Box 106-A, Morrisville 27560 

Lystra Miss Vivian Cole, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Hermon* Mrs. Wayland Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mount Moriah . . . Mrs. Charlie R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham 27707 

Olive Branch Miss Velma Sherron, Rt. 6, Box 528, Durham 27703 

Park View . . . Mrs. Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr., Durham 27712 

Parkwood Mrs. George Breese, 5321 Pelham Rd., Durham 27713 

Plainview Mrs. Wm. J. Harward, 1620 Fletchers Chapel Road, 

Durham 27703 

Ridgecrest . . . Ms. Jacqueline McFarland, 5114 Kenwood, Durham 27712 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Robert Parnell, 302 Wellington, Durham 27704 

Temple Mrs. Daryl Poe, G-2 D, University Apts., Durham 27701 

Trinity Mrs. M. W. Woodell, 2117 Eastwood Dr., Durham 27703 

University . . .Ms. Lorraine Blanton, 4706 Chicopee Trail, Durham 27707 

Westwood Mrs. Ronald Lewis, 5931 Crabapple Rd., Durham 27712 

Yates Ms. Shirley Pickett, 3121 Pickett Rd., Durham 27705 



CHURCH TREASURERS 

Angier Avenue Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane, Durham 27704 

Bells Mrs. Gertrude Horton, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

Berea . . . Mrs. Mary Farrell, 1216 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd., Durham 27713 

Bethesda Mrs. Rose Floyd, 4607 Holloman Rd., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Eugene Mangum, 321 Cheryl Dr., Durham 27712 

Calvary Don C. Christian, 205 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Howard Hearn, 710 W. Main St., Carrboro 27510 

Cedar Fork Hubert C. Green, Rt. 1, Box 246, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights .... Mrs. Donald Foust, 1214 Horseoe Rd., Durham 27703 

Cresset Jesse Cole, 2938 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 

Durham, First Rudy J. Baker, 2301 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

Durham Memorial . . Mrs. Lewis Teasley, 3303 Holloway, Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Keith Taylor, 712 Veriform Dr., Bahama 27503 

Edgemont B. F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., Durham 27707 



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Ephesus Mrs. Thomas E. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 161, Chapel Hill 27514 

Faith Mrs. Shirley Shelburne, 3601 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., Durham 27704 

Gorman B. L. Fuller, 2621 Coojksbury Dr., Durham 27704 

Grace E. S. Brock, Jr., 508 W. Knox St., Durham, 27701 

Grey Stone Donald Whitworth, 4710 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 

Guess Road . . . Mrs. Gladys Thomas, 4834 Kendridge Dr., Durham 27712 

Holloway Street Mrs. CliHon^B^tchelor, 610 Lindley, Durham 27703 

Homestead Heights . . Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau, Durham 27704 

Hope Valley Jesse Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham 27713 

Immanuel Mrs. Arthur Ward, 2503 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 

Lakewood Mrs. Lawrence Ward, 3900 Hulon Dr., Durham 27703 

Lowe's Grove . . Mrs. Virgil Riggsbee, Rt. 1, Box 106A, Morrisville 27560 
Lystra .... Mrs. Jesse Romeyn, 1429 Smith Level Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Mrs. Ben Cheek, Rt. 7, Box 255, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead J. A. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 

Mount Hermon Mrs. Wayland Godwin, Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Moriah Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Ralph Lawrence, Rt. 3, Apex 27502 

OHve Branch . . . Mrs. J. M. Mangum, 4017 Wake Fores t, Durham 27703 
Page Road . . .Mrs. Tom Adcock, 2523 RolHng Pines Ave., Durham 27703 

Park View Sonny Newcomb, 6728 Lockwood Dr., Durham 27712 

Parkwood 

Plainview 

Red Mountain Mrs. Betty EUis, Rt. 2, Rougemont 27572 

Ridgecrest . . Mrs. Joyce Taylor, 116 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278 
Rose of Sharon. . . WilHam Garrard, 3240 Rose of Sharon, Durham 27712 

Temple R. Z. Long, 618 Bon Air Ave., Durham 27704 

Trinity Gerald G. Payne, Sr., 2417 Windy Hill Rd., Durham 27703 

University Jerry Fisher, Box 2373, Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street 

Westwood R. L. Terrell, 5711 Woodberry Rd., Durham 27707 

Yates Bob Wilmarth, 3527 Randolph Rd., Durham 27705 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

Annual Meeting Rev. James West 596-2593 

518 Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 

Calendar Mrs. Vernon Weaver 489-3925 

3807 University Dr., Durham 

Camp George Ray 688-2057 

Knobhill Road, Durham 

Community Ministries W. W. Sprouse 477-2916 

504 Fairfield Rd., Durham 27704 

Constitution Mrs. Helen Cash 477-4453 

2614 Kirk Rd., Durham 27705 

Deacons Mrs. Royce Jeffries 477-2332 

3704 Hermine, Durham 27705 

EvangeUsm Rev. Carl Garner 471-3060 

104 Massey Rd., Durham 27712 



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Finance. . . ., ^ j^^^ Christian 596-6862 

F,ifi,vo n^,. 1 ^ Pleasant Dr., Durham 27703 

Future Development Billy Garrett 477-3058 

Tnw F«if>, Wf ^^^^ Barrymore Ave., Durham 27705 

Inter-Faith Witness Mrs. E. R. Robertson 489-1521 

j^. . 1505 Blount St., Durham 27707 
^'^^'''''^ Billy Sparrow 942-4025 

Nominations Travis Clements, Sr. 383-1218 

OrHiriAfi-^r. ^^^^ Sprunt St., Durham 27705 
Ordination j^^^.^ j^^^^^ 544-1266 

or,^ t> u Montclair Circle, Durham 27713 
Place and Preacher Linwood Tew, Sr. 477-4617 

Rfldin «r,H Toi^x • Frazier, Durham 27704 

Radio and Television WilHam Murray 286-1389 

ResolufinnQ ^^^^ Sprunt St., Durham 27705 

Resolutions ^ . ; ^rs. A. Clyde Ferrell 383-1333 

SfiiHpnf WriY-ir ^"^ Croasdaile Apts. 

Mudent Work , g^^^^ Paschall 383-4545 

Tru«tpp« ^^^^^ 1' Box 267-A, Durham 
^^^^^ > W.J.Peters 471-2398 

^-^^ Advisory I '^^'l^r^l^t 

_ i 2638 Kirk Rd., Durham 27705 



LICENSED AND ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Angier Avenue Leo T. Bridges, 2905 Monroe St., Durham 27705 

Be hesda no< pI w''"- C^arlene Pierce, Rt. 4, Chapel Hill 27514 

^"'^^''^ ^^^^ Phi Wiggins, 231 Central Blvd., Wilmington 28401 

Cresset R.. R I 1 ^'^l'!flh}J^'^ Durham 27703 

Durham Fir.i' ' "^ri^'u,^^ ^"rham 27705 

nn^K» \V ••• •, ,; Thad Ashley, 2612 Roxboro Rd., Durham 27704 
Durham ^em^rial Kenneth W. Jordan, Box 2054, Wake Fore^ 27587 
/t .''Ronald C. Benson, 1411 Tyonek Dr., Durham 27703 
Faith a vS!^ T ■ Southerland St., Durham 27703 

Fieldcrest * w""^!^' o^"' ^^''^ ^'^^'^'^ K<^ ' Durham 27704 

v.- • ••• • 1013 Hale St., Durham 27705 

Gorman ^ [T t Summerlin Rd., Durham 27704 

-^ u r I- ^'^"'^'•d^. 3208 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

; • B. Anderson. 1104 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 

James Bland, 1208 Duke University Rd., Durham 27701 
Lawrence Knott, 2710 Sparger Rd., Durham 27705 
led Stone, 5U4 Pine Trail Dr., Durham 27712 
Grev Stone R ^^^^^ ^308 Kent St., Durham 27707 

^ Boyce Creamer, 2002 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 

Hollowav Street H.^K°"* Cambridge Dr., Durham 27707 

nouoway btreet Hubert Mumford, 1108 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

Lucian Moody, 1209 Holloway St., Durham 27701 



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Hope Valley (79) Richard McDuffie, Rt. 2, Spring Hope 27882 

Lakewood Keith C. Jones, 703 Louise Circle, Durham 27705 

Lystra Leon Cheek, Rt. 3, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Vernon Sparrow, Rt. 7, Bbx 665, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead D. A. Calhoun, Rt. 1, Pittsboro 27312 

Mount Hermon Ernest G. Hall, Rt. 4, Box 185-B, Wake Forest 27587 

Mount Pisgah C. E. Byrd, 116 Tuscarora Dr., Hillsborough 27278 

Olive Branch Hugh L. Nichols, Rt. 5, Box 622, Durham 27704 

(L) Harry Conte, 559 Clayton Rd., Durham 27703 

Park View Robert Swanson, 339 W. Pine Ave., Wake Forest 27587 

(79) Susan Rogers, 80 E. Hartsdale Ave., 
Hartsdale, NY 10530 
(79) Mike Arges, 610 Lehigh Rd., Newark, Del. 19711 

Ridgecrest Doug Willett, Rt. 1, Box 3, Bahama 27503 

Rose of Sharon Preminto Chisenhall, 3126 Rose of Sharon Rd., 

Durham 27712 

Nelson Chambers, Box 387, Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 



S. T. Dorothy, Jr., 2926 Open Air Camp Rd., Durham 27712 
Edward Bishop, 1516 Stacy Dr., Durham 27712 
Robert Parnell, 302 Wellington, Durham 27704 
Keith Lane, 5901 Craig Rd., Box 6, Durham 27712 
Temple . Dr. John Carlton, 337 West Pine, Box 1027, Wake Forest 27587 
Hugh C. Watkins, 2607 Tuckawanna Ave., Durham 27703 
University .... Thomas W. Downing, 826 Shadylawn, Chapel Hill 27514 
Challes Steven Teague, 106 Country Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 
(L) Robert Philhps, 5002 Old Oxford Rd., Chapel Hill 27514 

Westwood (L) Danny Blanton, 1435 New Castle Rd., Durham 27704 

Yates Clarence A. WilUams, 2212 Angier Ave., Durham 27702 



MINISTERS OF EDUCATION 

Angier Avenue Miss Lea Ann Dunnegan, 414 Raynor St., Apt. 4A 

Durham 27703 

Carrboro Mrs. Phyllis Whitaker, 100 Melba Circle, Carrboro 27510 

Cresset Rev. John McKee, 230 Landsbury Dr., Durham 27707 

Durham, First Russell C. Cawthon, 625 Hugo St., Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial . .Charles C. Johnson, 2721 Holloway, Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Bud Parrish, Rt. 1, Box 390-D, Durham 27705 

Grace Dwaine C. Coley, 324 Deerfield Ave., Durham 27712 

Grey Stone J. Wallace Fowler, 38-A Colonial Apts., Durham 27707 

Guess Road Phil Whitt, 3628 Kirk Rd., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street . . . .Miss Judy King, 1211 Ruffin St., G-2, Durham 27701 

Plainview David Sparks, Apt. 32 - Simmons, Wake Forest 37587 

Ridgecrest JWiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Rd., Durham 27712 

Temple J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon, Durham 27704 

University Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 

Yates ... Ms. Dubba K. Hughes, 2116 Front St., Apt. D-2, Durham 27705 



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MINISTERS OF MUSIC 



Angier Avenue John T. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham 27707 

Bells Mrs. Betty Campbell, Box 2264 SEBT 5, Wake Forest 27587 

Bera D. C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham 27713 

Bethesda Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Bruce Benton, 5523 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Calvary Rev. Ray D. Alderson, 6002 Baird St., Durham 27712 

Carrboro Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 100 Melba Circle, Carrboro 27510 

Cedar Fork Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Donald Foust, 1214 Horsehoe Rd., Durham 27703 

Cresset Mrs. Ned Mathews, 2909 Gretmar Dr., Durham 27705 

Durham, First Mel T. Luther, 204 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Fred Howerton, 2717 Holloway Street, 

Durham 27703 

Ebenezer . . . .Mrs. Stephen Mabie, 5606 Old Hillsborough, Durham 27705 

Edgemont David Phipps, 1802 Chandellay Dr., Durham 27705 

Ephesus Mrs. Norman Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill 27514 

Faith Mike Bennett, 3321 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Dorothy Byrd, 3403 SummerHn Rd., Durham 27704 

Gorman Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace 

Grey Stone. . Michael D. Threadgill, 200 Seven Oaks Dr., Durham 27704 

Guess Road Rev. Phil Whitt, 2638 Kirk Rd., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street . . . Joseph McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Rd., Durham 27704 

Homestead Heights Toby Frost, 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Immanuel Mike McKeown, Box 2175, Southeastern Seminary, 

Wake Forest 27587 

Lakewood Jeffrey S. Rogers, 3211 Watkins Road, Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Roy Melton, Rt. 4, Hillsborough, NC 

Lystra Don Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 358, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel . . Mrs. J. F. Merritt, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mount Gilead .... Mrs. W. C. Kilpatrick, Rt. 7, Box 30, Chapel Hill 27514 
Mount Hermon. Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 
Mount Moriah . . . Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Rt. 7, Box 186, Durham 27707 

Mount Pisgan Terri Brandon, 2429 D. Wesvill Court, Raleigh 27607 

Olive Branch Norman StalHngs, Rt. 6, Box 328, Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. John Mitchell, 1902 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 

Park View WilHam Graham, 3523 E. Oak Dr., Durham 27712 

Parkwood Rev. John Daugherty, 2719-B Kilgore St., Raleigh 27607 

Plainview Mrs. David Oakley, 4214-A S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 

Red Mountain A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27712 

Rose of SharonMiss Rose Pleasant, Box 2161, SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587 

Temple J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., Durham 27704 

Trinity 

University 

Watts Street 

Westwood John Mayfield, 3311 View Dr., Durham 27713 

Yates Larry G. Dickens, 3016 Dixon Rd., Durham 27707 



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MINISTERS OF YOUTH | 

Bells PiTrt-e£miptmH'rBox^264^EBTS, Wake Forest 27587 

Braggtown JRev. Mark Harper, 311 S. LaSalle St., Apt. 21-J, 

Durham 27705 

Cresset . . . Rev. Ron Richardson, 129 Wilkins Dr., No. 12, Durham 27705 

Durham, First Bob Donahoo, 1505 Duke University Rd., Durham 

Durham Memorial . . Miss Bonnie Doughtie, 221 Clayton, Durham 27703 

Ebenezer Bud Parrish, Rt. 1, Box 390-D, Durham 27705 

Gorman Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace Rev. Dwaine C. Coley, 324 Deerfield Ave., Durham 27712 

Grey Stone Jeffrey A. Page, 1007 W. Trinity Ave., Durham 27701 

Guess Road Rev. Phil Whitt, 3628 Kirk Rd., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street . . . .Miss Judy King, 1211 Ruffin St., G-2, Durham 27701 

Hope Valley Toby Frost, 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Immanuel Mike McKeown, Box 2175, Southeastern Seminary, 

Wake Forest 27587 

Lakewood Carlton Walker, Jr., 712 S. Main St., Wake Forest 27587 

Lystra Mrs. Robert Tyson, Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Hermon Il^-r-Oonaid-H€H?vey; Southeastern Semm-ary, 

Box 2287, Wake Forest 2758iU 

Parkwood Rev. John Dauigherty, 2719-B Kilgore St., Raleigh 27607 

Plainview David Sparks, Apt. 32, Simmons, Wake Forest 27587 

Ridgecrest Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham 27712 

Rose of Sharon Miss Rose Pleasant, Box 1261 SEBTS, 

Wake Forest 27587 

University Steve Teague, Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 

Yates Larry G. Dickens, 3016 Dixon Rd., Durham 27707 



ORGANISTS 



Angier Avenue Mrs. D. T. Jones, 521 Parview Dr., Durham 27712 

Bells Rubin Clark, Rt. 3, Pittsboro 27312 

Berea Mrs. Ralph ElHs, 5601 Fayetteville Rd., Durham 27707 

Bethesda Ms. Martha Thomas, 1509 Turner St., Durham 27703 

Braggtown Mrs. Ray Alderson, 6002 Baird Ave., Durham 27712 

Calvary Mrs. Edward Rose, 819 Midway Ave., Durham 27703 

Cedar Forks Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Mrs. Edwin Bryant, 1822 Penrod Rd., Durham 

Cresset Steve Yandle, 3221 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

Durham, First Mrs. Mel T. Luther, 204 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Cecil Vaughan, Rt. 3, Box 390, Apt. 127, 

Hillsborough 27278 

Ebenezer Mrs. James Harder, Box 272, Hillsborough 27278 

Edgemont Mrs. C. R. Pickett, Rt. 7, box 199. Durham 27707 

Ephesus Mrs. Norman Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 199, Chapel Hill 27514 

Faith Mrs. Sheila Smith, 3111 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 

Fieldcrest Miss Tara Norris, 1823 Glen School Rd., Durham 

Gorman Mrs. Peggy Thornerson, 3621 Redwood Rd., Durham 27704 

Grace Franklin Bentel, 1507 Woodland Dr., Durham 27701 

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Grey Stone Mrs. Phillip Hartung, 225 Landsbury, Durham 27707 

Guess Road . . .Miss Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St. Ext., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Mrs. PhilUp And;erson, Rt. 2, Box 636-E, 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Homestead Heights Mrs. Robert Helms, Rt. 1, Box 272-D, 

Hillsborough 27278 

Hope Valley . . . .Mrs. Marvin Pridgen, 3923 Swarthmore, Durham 27707 

Immanuel Mrs. Lindy Wrenn, 501 Dupont Circle, Apt. 11, Durham 

Lakewood Mrs. J. Cecil Howard, 140 James St., Durham 27707 

Lowe's Grove Mrs. Roger King, 3800 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27703 

Lystra Mrs. Margaret WilHams, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel . Mrs. Kenneth Vickers, Rt. 7, box 259, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead Mrs. J. A. Tripp, Rt. 3, Box 28, Pittsboro 27312 

Mount Hermon. Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 

Mount Moriah Mrs. Faye Carroll, 4814 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Mount Pisgah Ms. Lynn Medlin, 5025 Bescayne Rd., Durham 27707 

Ohve Branch Mrs. J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 

******delete previous line****** 

Olive Branch Robert Williamson, 427 Belmont Dr., Durham 27703 

Page Road Mrs. J. R. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 486, Durham 27703 

Park View Wilham Graham, 3523 E. Oak Dr., Durham 27712 

Parkwood Mrs. Harold Green, Rt. 3, Box 96, Durham 27713 

Plainview Mrs. Burnice Smith, 3117 Cheek Rd., Durham 27704 

Red Mountain Mrs. Diane Poole, Rt. 1, Bahama 27503 

Ridgecrest Herman Gruber, 1205 Snow Hill Rd., Bahama 27503 

Rose of Sharon Mrs. Milton Belcher, Rt. 2, Box 339, Guess Rd., 

Durham 27712 

Temple Mrs. Daryl Poe, G-1 D, University Apts., Durham 27701 

Trinity Mrs. Charles Dismuke, Rt. 8. Box 199-A, Durham 27707 

University Ms. Evelyn Culton, Kakeshore Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

Watts Street 

WestwoodMrs. Clay Taylor, 1301 Virginia Ave., Durham 27712 
Yates Ms. Faye Cato, 3930 Swarthmore Rd., Durham 27707 



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STEWARDSHIP CHAIRMEN 



Angier Avenue Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane, Durham 27704 

Bells Clinton Copeland, Rt. 2, Apex 27502 

Braggtown Bobby Clements, 4019 Roxboro Rd., Durham 27704 

Carrboro Boyd ElUngton, 205 Simpson St., Carrboro 27510 

Cedar Fork Ray Proctor, Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 

Cheek Heights Vernon Averette, 1831 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Cresset Wayne Jones, 703 Churchill Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 

Durham Memorial Mrs. Jack R. Sanderford, 3412 Cheek Rd., 

Durham 27704 

Ebenezer Stephen Mabie, 5606 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 

Edgemont Conway Harris, 4127 Sunny Court, Durham 27705 

Fieldcrest Mrs. Leon Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., Durham 27704 

Gorman R. E. Broughton, 3753 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Grace J. N. Strawbridge, 446 Continental Dr., Durham 27712 

Grey Stone Richard Beard, 2011 Woodrow St., Durham 27705 

Holloway Street Tarbie Statterwhite, 716 Carver St., Durham 27704 

Homestead Heights . . Harold Ellis, 4305 Holt School Rd., Durham 27704 

Hope Valley Harold Atkins, 4208 Hope Valley Rd., Durham 27707 

Lakewood Clarence Pearce, 3703 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27705 

Lowe's Grove Thomas Inscoe, 5906 Loyal Ave., Durham 27713 

Lystra John A. Oldham, Rt. 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Carmel Charles Harris, Rt. 6, Box 299, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mount Gilead Mrs. Betty Jones, Rt. 4, Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 

Mount HermonCarpenter Mangum, 2115 Englewood Ave., Durham 27705 

Mount Moriah Charles E. Brown, 4839 Erwin Rd., Durham 27705 

Park View Albert Thomas, 232 Sandlewood Dr., Durham 27712 

Red Mountain A. M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Ridgecrest Larry Taylor, 116 Little River Dr., Hillsborough 27278 

Temple J. B. Penney, Rt. 8, Box 405, Durham 27704 

University Jerry Fisher, Bob 2373, Chapel Hill 27514 



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1979 - 1980 Calendar 



OCTOBER 1979 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 
28 29 30 31 



NOVEMBER 1979 

1 2 3 

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

25 26 27 28 29 30 



DECEMBER 1979 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 31 



JANUARY 1980 

1 2 3 4 5 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 



FEBRUARY 1980 

1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 
24 25 26 27 28 29 



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3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


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30 31 



APRIL 1980 

1 2 3 4 5 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 



MAY 1980 

1 2 3 

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 



JUNE 1980 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 
29 30 



JULY 1980 

1 2 3 4 5 6 

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 
27 28 29 30 31 



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AUGUST 1980 

1 2 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 
31 



OCTOBER 1980 

12 3 4 

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 
26 27 28 29 30 31 



SEPTEMBER 1980 

1 2 3 4 5 

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 



NOVEMBER 1980 

1 

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 
30 



DECEMBER 1980 

1 ? S 4 5 6 

7 a 9 w n 12 13 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 
28 29 30 31 



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1979-80 Tentative Calendar 



OCTOBER 1979 - ASSOCIATION 

6 Singles, Over 50 

8 Ministers' Wives 

13 Singles, 30-50 

13 Associational Tcaiduts Town - Acteens' Happening 

15 Ministers' Conference — 10:30 a.m. 

16 Associational Board 

20 Royal Ambassador Crusader Car Competition 

22 Bold Budget Building Banquet — Homestead Heights Church 

28 Lay Stewardship Speakers in Churches 

29-30 Annual Meeting • 



OCTOBER 1979 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

5-6 Baptist Young Women Convention — Ridgecrest 

5-6 Older Crusader Camp - Caraway 

12-13 Younger Crusaders' Camp — Caraway r 

12-13 Statewide Deacons' Retreat — Caraway 

14 Biblical Recorder Day 

19-21 Career and Professional Women's Retreat — Ridgecrest 

19-20 Senior Men's Retreat / Overseas Missions Retreat — Caraway 

26-27 Pioneer Royal Ambassador Officers' Workshop — Caraway 

26-27 Baptist Young Women Convention — Ridgecrest 



NOVEMBER 1979 - ASSOCIATION 



3 


Singles, Over 50 


5 


Ministers' Wives 


4-11 


Royal Ambassador Week 


6 


Workshop for Deacons (Tentative) 


8 


Senior Adults 


10 


Singles, 30-50 


10 


Associational Royal Ambassador Focus Night 


12 


Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 


18-21 


Foreign Missions Graded Series 



NOVEMBER 1979 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

1 Research Missions Groups — Raleigh 
2-3 Training for Associational Acteens Officers — Mundo Vista 
2-3 Statewide Chairm.en of Deacons / Pastors Conference — First 
Church, Greensboro 
4-11 Royal Ambassador Week 

5 Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 



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10-11 North Carolina Baptist Men's Convention 

12-14 Baptist State Convention — Winston-Salem 

16-17 Crusader Royal Ambassador Congress > 

16-17 Training for Associational Acteens Officers — Mundo Vista 

22 Thanksgiving 

26 "M" Night 



DECEMBER 1979 - ASSOCIATION 

1 Singles, Over 50 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

3 Ministers' Wives ^ 

8 Singles, 30-50 

10 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

25 Christmas Day 



DECEMBER 1979 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions 

25 Christmas Day 

30 Student Night at Christmas 

30 Winter Youth Celebration — Ridgecrest 



JANUARY 1980 

1 New Year's Day 

5 Singles, Over 50 

7 Ministers' Wives 

11-12 Pastors and Wives Retreat 

12 Singles, 30-50 

14 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

27 Baptist Men's Day 

28 WMU Associational Council — All Directors invited 



JANUARY 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

1 New Year's Day 

11-12 Home Mission Teacher Training — Caraway 

20 Baptist Men's Day 

21-22 Area Church Training Enabler Conferenct — Raleigh 

22 Church Building Conference — Memorial Church, Greenville 

25-26 Lay Witness Annual Meeting — Caraway 

29-30 General Board Meeting 



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FEBRUARY 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



2 TACMO Meeting 

2 Singles, Over 50 

4 Ministers' Wives 

8-9 Pastors, Deacons, Wives Retreat 

9 Singles, 30-50 

11 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

14 Senior Adults 

14 Valentine's Day 

17-20 Home Missions Study Emphasis 



FEBRUARY 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

3 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 

4-5 Statewide Evangelism Conference — War Memorial 
Auditorium, Greenboro 

10-16 WMU Focus Week 

19 Doctrine of Mission Seminar — Greensboro 

21- 22 Vacation Bible School Clinic — Caswell 

22- 23 North Carolina Baptist Men's Annual Meeting — 

Associational Royal Ambassador and Brotherhood Directors 
Caraway 

22-24 Baptist Men's Retreat, Caraway 
22-24 High School Seniors' Retreat 
26-27 V^acation Bible School Clinic — Caraway 
28-29 Vacation Bible School Clinic — Caraway 
29- 

Mar. 1 State Bell Festivals " " 



MARCH 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

1 Singles, Over 50 

2-9 Week of Prayer and Annie Armstrong Easter Offering 

3 Ministers' Wives 

8 Baptist Men's Prayer Breakfast 

10 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

17-21 150th Anniversary^ of the Cooperative Program Rally 
in the Association 

22 Acteens Student Banquet 

24-26 Pastors' Spiritual Enrichment Retreat 

29 Mission Friends Luncheon 

30 Palm Sunday 



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MARCH 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

2-9 Week of Prayer for Home Missions and Annie Armstrong 
Easter Offering 

4 Church Growth Ext. Conference — Pleasant Grove Church, 
Fayette ville 

6 Church Growth Ext., Conference — Lexington 

7-8 State Youth Choir Festival 

9-16 Youth Week 

14-15 WMU Annual Session — Winston-Salem 

14-16 State Pioneer Royal Ambassador Congress 

15 Associational Youth Night — SBC Emphasis 

15 Weekday Early Education Workshop — Eastern Area 

17- 21 Parent / Worker Education 

18- 19 Gardner- Webb College Ministers' Conference — 

Boiling Springs 

21-22 Day Camp Workshop 

21-22 State Adult Choir Festivals 

22 Weekday Early Education Workshop — Central Area 

24-28 Churchmanship Seminar — Caraway 

28 Royal Ambassador Campcraft Training — Caraway 

28-30 Baptist Student Union Spring Conference 

30 Palm Sunday 



APRIL 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



4 


Good Friday , ^y- ; 


5 


Singles, Over 50 ' 


6 


Easter Sunday 


7 


Ministers' Wives : i 


8 


Easter Monday 


12 


Singles, 30-50 


12 


Royal Ambassador Track Meet 


14 


Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 


15 


Calendar Committee Meeting — "1981 Calendar Planning Meeting 


18 


Adult Choir Festival 


22 


WMU Annual Meeting — Calvary 


25-26 


Pastors and Wives Retreat 


28 


WMU Associational Council 


28-29 


VBS Chnic — Temple Church 




Monday - p.m. — and — Tuesday - a.m. 


18-20 


Pioneer Backpacking Trip — Caraway 



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APRIL 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



4 Good Friday 

6 Easter Sunday 

11-12 Church Media Center / Library Conference — Asheville 

11-13 Acteens Queens Court — Ridgecrest 

14-15 Apartment House and Mobile Home Conference — 
Winston-Salem 

14-16 North Carolina Baptist Music Conference — Caraway 

18-19 Week End Royal Ambassador Camp — Grades 4-6 — Caraway 

18-20 Family Camping Weekend — Caraway 

19 Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 

20 Cooperative Program Sunday 

20-25 Baptist Doctrine Week — SBC Emphasis 

22 Church Building Conference — Raleigh, Baptist Building 

22 Interfaith Witness Conference — Fayetteville 

25-26 Baptist Women's Retreat — Caswell 

25-26 Baptist Youth Convention 

25-26 Weekend Royal Ambassador Camp — Grades 1-3 — Caraway 

25-27 Associational and Special Age Group Ledership Training 
Caraway 

25-27 Family Camping Weekend — Caraway 



MAY 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

2-3 Associational Ministers' Conference — Caraway 

3 Singles, Over 50 

3 Associational Royal Ambassador Track Meet 

5 Ministers' Wives 

5 Baptist Young Women "Opportunities Unlimited" 

8 Senior Adults 

10 Singles, 30-50 

10 GA / Acteens Track Meet (Rain date - 17) 

11 Mother's Day : i 

12 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. ' \ 

13 Board Meeting 

18 Associational Bible Drill — Durham Memorial ' 
25- 

June 1 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions — New Church 
Sites Emphasis 

26 Annual Brotherhood Council Planning Breakfast 

26 Memorial Day 



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MAY 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



2-3 Baptist Young Women Retreat — Mundo Vista 

8-10 Youth Ministry Workshop — Caraway 

11 Mother's Day 

12-14 Key Leadership Training — Associational Programs — Deacon 

Consultant — Ridgecrest 

16-17 Literacy Conference — Winston-Salem 

16-17 State Royal Ambassador Track Meet 

20-22 Senior Adult Conference — Caraway 

23-24 State Correctional Ministries Conference 

23-25 Acteens Mini Camp — Mundo Vista 

23-25 Youth Ministry Seminary — Southeastern Seminary 
25- 

June 1 Week of Prayer for Associational Missions 

27-28 General Board 
30- 

June 1 Acteens Mini Camp — Mundo Vista 

31 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill and Youth Speakers' 
Tournament — First Church, Asheboro 



JUNE 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

5 WMU "All are Weavers" Banquet 

7 Singles, Over 50 

9 Ministers' Wives 

9 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

14 Singles, 30-50 

15 Father's Day 

27-28 Pastors and Wives Retreat 



JUNE 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

8-9 WMU, SBC, Annual Meeting — St. Louis, Missouri 

10-21 SBC Annual Meeting — St. Louis, Missouri 

11 Camp Caraway opens for Royal Ambassador Programs 

15 Father's Day 

16-21 Church Training Week — North Carolina Baptist Assembly 

23-28 Children's Choir Camp — Youth M.T. Week — N.C. Baptist Assembly 

30- 

July 5 Youth Ministry Week — N.C. Baptist Assembly — Caswell 
30- 

July 4 Week of Christian Study and Fellowship — Mars Hill 



JULY 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



4 


Independence Day 


5 


Singles, Over 50 - ■ / 


7 


Ministers' Wives 


8 


Board Meeting (Tentative) 


12 


Singles, 30-50 


13-20 


Associational Royal Ambassador Camp-O-Ree at Yates Camp Ground 


14 


Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 


22 


WMU Associational Council Meeting > ^ 



JULY 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

3- 16 WMU Tour — Baptist World Alliance — Toronto, Canada 

4 Independence Day 

4- 31 Seminars for Pastors and Students — Southeastern Seminary 
7-11 Children's Choir Camp — Mars Hill College 

7-11 Youth Music Week — Truett Camp 

7-12 World Missions Week — North Carolina Baptist 

14-19 Youth Conference I — North Carolina Baptist Assembly, Caswe 
28- 

Aug. 2 Youth Conference II — North Carolina Baptist Assembly, Caswell 



AUGUST 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

2 Singles, Over 50 

2 TACMO Meeting 

4 Ministers' Wives 

4 Church Clerks' Conference - 7:30 p.m. 

7 Senior Adults 

9 Singles, 30-50 

11 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

18 WMU Annual Associational Council Meeting 



AUGUST 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

2-8 WMU Week — Ridgecrest . , 

4-9 Youth Conference III — North Carolina Bapstist Assembly, Caswell 

6-12 WMU Conference — SBC — Ridgecrest 

11-13 Literacy Training Workshop — Fayetteville 

15 Youth Evangelism Night — Greensboro Coliseum 

22-23 WMU Associational Workshop — Ridgecrest 

22-23 Lay Witness Training Session — Caraway 

29-30 WMU Associational Workshop — Mundo Vista 

29-30 Church Brotherhood Directors' Workshop — Raleigh, N.C. 

29-31 Baptist Student Union State Officers' Workshop 



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SEPTEMBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



1 


Labor Day - < 


6 


Singles, Over 50 


8 


Ministers' Wives 


9 


Board Meeting (Tentative) ~x ^ ^ 


13 


Singles, 30-50 


15 


Ministers' Conference 


22-23 


Women's Missionary Union and Brotherhood Leadership 




Conferences 


27 


One Great Day of Training — Sunday School 



SEPTEMBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

Labor Day 

Women's Missionary Union Associational Workshop — 
Mundo Vista 

"M" Night Training Seminary — Caraway 
Preachers' Camp Meeting — Truett Camp 
Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat — Caraway 
Business and Professional Men's Retreat — Caraway 
North Carolina Missions Offering Emphasis 
Baptist Student Convention — Ridgecrest 
North Carolina Missions Offering Emphasis 

General Board 



OCTOBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



4 


Singles, Over 50 


6 


Ministers' Wives 


6 


Bold Budget Building Banquet 


11 


Singles, 30-50 


11 


Acteens — Church Staff — Mission Rally 


12 


Lay Stewardship Speakers in Churches 


13 


Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 


14 


Board Meeting 


17-18 


Pastors and Wives Retreat 


18 


GA Adventur-Thon 


27 


Associational WMU Council 


27-28 


Annual Meeting 



1 

5-6 

8-9 
15-16 
19-20 
19-21 

23 
26-28 

30 

30- 
Oct. 1 



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OCTOBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



1 Cooperative Program Emphasis in Churches 

3-4 Sunday School All-Age Training — Caraway 

6-8 Youth and Young Adult Evangelism Leadership Conference 

7 North Carolina Missions Offering Ingathering 

8 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

9-10 Pastor / Music Director Workshops — Caraway 

10-11 State- wide Deacons' Retreat — Caraway 

10-11 Younger Crusader Royal Ambassador Camp — Caraway 

12 Biblical Recorder Day 

12-15 Equipping Center — Caraway 

14-16 Senior Adult Fall Retreat 

15 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

17-18 Senior Men's Retreat - Overseas Missions Retreat — Caraway 

17-18 Sunday School All-Age Training — Caswell 

22 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

24-25 Baptist Young Women's Convention — Ridgecrest 

24-25 Pioneer - Royal Ambassador Officers' Workshop — Caraway 

29 Cooperative Program Emphasis 
31- 

Nov. 1 Youth Council Retreat I — Caraway 



NOVEMBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

1 Singles, Over 50 

2 New Church Sites Emphasis in Churches 

3 Ministers' Wives 
8 Singles, 30-50 

10 Ministers' Conference 

11 WMU Foreign Mission Study Emphasis 
13 Senior Adults 

27 Thanksgiving Day 
30- 

Dec. 7 Week of Prayer — Little Moon Christmas Offering 



NOVEMBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

3-9 Royal Ambassador Week 

7 January Bible Study - Teacher Training Clinics 

7-8 State-wide Chairmen of Deacons and Pastors Conference — Hickory 

10-12 Baptist State Convention — Greensboro 

14-15 Crusader — Royal Ambassador Congress 

24 "M" Night - SBC Emphasis 

27 Thanksgiving Day 

30 Week of Prayer — Lottie Moon Offering for Foreign Missions 



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DECEMBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



Nov. 30- 

Dec. 7 Week of Prayer — Lottie Moon Christmas Offering 
1-2 January Bible Study for Pastors 

Monday p.m. - Banquet for Pastors and Wives 
Tuesday a.m. - Study 
6 Singles, Over 50 
8 Ministers' Wives 
13 Singles, 30-50 

15 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

15 Christmas Open House for Ministers and Wives 

25 Christmas Day 



DECEMBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

Nov. 30 

Dec. 7 Week of Prayer — Lottie Moon Offering for Foreign Missions 
25 Christmas Day 
28 Student Day at Christmas 



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CONSTITUTION 

Revised 1975 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North 
Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and 
ordely means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist 
Churches in Durham County and adjacent territories which support the 
programs of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist 
Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith 
and Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist 
conception of the nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious 
and denominational life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 
1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, 
large or small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people 
and others concerning those articles of the Christian faith vvhicl) are most 
surely held among us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple 
conditions of the salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance 
towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, 
having any quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future 
Baptists should hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as 
may seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to 
draw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith 
whenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the 
Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in 
interpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
Scriptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or 
investigation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly 
elected messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County 
and adjacent territories and the regular elected officers of the Association 



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and members of the Associational Board which are in agreement with the 
purpose as stated in Article II. When not in session this Association shall be 
comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the 
Associational Board in accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of 
the Association and at any special meeting during the year by messengers 
who shall be duly certified in the following ratio: 

(1) Three for the first hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for 
each additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the total number 
of messengers shall not exceed ten. 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
messengers, in addition to those specified above. 

Section 3. Only individuals who are baptized (immersed) behevers and 
members of churches of this Association shall be seated as voting 
messengers at any Associational meeting. 

Section 4. Churches seeking to seat messengers in the Association 
shall apply to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the 
Association, giving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to 
be received under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommendation of 
the committee and the approval of the Association by a two-thirds majority 
of the members present and voting, the church or churches shall be received 
under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year. It is 
understood that during the period of watchcare of the Association such 
churches will be accorded all the services of the Association and all its 
privileges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to 
voting representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of 
watchcare, the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of the 
Association, be received into full fellowship of the Association or continue 
under watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
admission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to 
seat duly elected messengers with voting priveleges and voting members on 
the Associational Board. 

Section 5. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of 
nine months and by two-thirds majority vote of messengers present and 
voting, to withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart 
from orthodox principles of the Christian reUgion as taught in the Bible and 
as believed by Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or 
letter at the annual session of the Association without sufficient reason, or 
that fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this 
Association in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice. 

Section 6. Any church may decline to send messengers to the 
Association at its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a withdrawal of 
fellowship on the part of the church, the Association shall not as a body, or 
through a representative or representatives, seek to restrain by coercion or 
law the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory 
council, and shall have no power to infringe on any of the internal rights of 



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the churches;it may advise with cooperating churches and reccommend 
measures of usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, its 
objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report 
on the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been 
baptized by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said 
report should reach the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the 
annual meeting. 

Article Vn.MEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week 
after the fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches 
on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the 
cooperating churches. 

Article VIIL FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end 
on December thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Parliamentarian, and such others as 
may be authorized by the Association. 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the church affiliated with 
the Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall 
hold any position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall resume their duties at the close of the annual 
meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors 
are elected and installed, unless removed for cause. Any officer may be 
elected to succeed himself, except that the Moderator may not serve more 
than two years in succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Association and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such 
committees as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, 
enforce the rules, preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding 
officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the 
Associational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 



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Section?. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the 
Association, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep 
on file the printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. 
He shall act as secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be 
entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall 
not obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included in 
the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
Association, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the 
Association and/or the Associational Board, and shall make regular 
reports to the Associational Board and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his 
annual report to the Association. 

Section 10. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on 
matters of rules of order and procedure at the annual sessions and 
Associational Board meetings. 

Section 11. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
three-year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal 
matters, and shall perform such other duties as the Association of the 
Associational Board may perscribe. 

Article X. Associational Board 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general 
officers, the leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's 
Missi()ii;ir\' T^nion, Brotherhood, and Music Council, the Chairmen of the 
Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each active pastor and two 
lay members elected from each member church. The names of the lay 
members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Asscoiation in the 
interim between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will 
of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for 
the effectual performance of its duties. It shall have power to fill vacancies 
among the officers, committees, and organizational workers of the 
Association and committees of the Associational Board that may occur 
during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each 
annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive 
Committee composed of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhod, Sunday 
School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, 
the chairmen of the Calendar Camp, Community Ministries, Finance, and 
Missions Committee, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the 
Associational Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the 
various groups, interpret policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and 
strive for a smooth operation of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the 
Association, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision 
of his work. The committee shall perform such other duties and services as 
the Board or Association may direct. 



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Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 



No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name of 
or on the part of the Association except by a two-thirds vote of members of 
the Association or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being voted 
on) present and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of the 
Association upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members preent and 
voting, provided the proposed revisions shall have been presented in 
writing to the Associational Board prior to the Annual Meeting, or 
presented to the Association on the first day of the Annual Meeting with the 
approval vote being taken on the second day. 



BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, along 
with any other committees authorized by the Association or the 
Associational Board. These committees shall begin their duties at the close 
of the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports of the work to the 
Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committees 
shall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating with 
the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To 
institute a system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 
1976 session, one member of each three-member committee shall be elected 
for one year, one member for two years, one member for three years, and 
thereafter each committee member shall be elected to serve for three years. 
In the case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member 
shall be elected for one year, two members for two years, two members for 
three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three 
years. In the case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session.one 
member shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three 
members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 
session, three members shall be elected for one year, three members for two 
years, three members for two years, three members for three years, and 
thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members 
of all standing committees. 

Section 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of three members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program 
for the annual meeting of the Association. 



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Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training 
Director, The Brotherhood Director, the Music Council Director, and the 
President of the Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It 
shall be the duty of this committee to plan and recommend to the annual 
session of the Association a program of activities for the coming year. j 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the 
property with the advice and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of five members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the 
Association, its cooperating churches and individual Christians may work 
for the promotion of civic righteousness and social uplift, and to provide 
educational opportunities for keeping our people informed in these areas. 

Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of nine members, including representatives of the Associational 
Baptist Women's and, Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be j 
to identify needs in the Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug 
abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the physically handicapped, the 
poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturbed, and 
senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the 
needs of the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest 
in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when 
wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in 
the Constitution and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to plan and carry out meetings and 
activities for the information and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in 
the churches, including the enlistment and training of laymen in 
witnessing, to initiate and carry out association evangelism efforts, to 
cooperate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources 
of the Association by coordinating its efforts with other association 
committees and organizations in their evangehstic outreach knowing that 
Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the 
committee shall be elected for a term of three years with two members each 
year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, 
representing a definite budget at the February Board meeting and devise 
plans for raising the budget. It shall also review applications firom churches 
for State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of five members whose duty it shall be to study the associational 




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program, as to its strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and 
effectiveness, its organizational structure and in the light of its purpose to 
make recommendations as feasible for the improvements and 
strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in 
keeping their people informed, and adequately supporting financially our 
North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, 
and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in 
becoming better informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects 
and Catholicism and the world non-Christian religions, especially 
Judaism, and to foster a better relationship with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
seven members, whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be 
utilized by the churches and the Association, to ascertain the need of new 
churches and missions within the boundaries of the Association, to 
recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the location of 
sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the 
organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for the 
Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It 
shall be the duty of this committee to study the applications of churches 
seeking admission into the Association and to make recommendations 
regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of seven members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to the 
Association for all general officers and committeemen (except the Director 
of Missions as heretofore provided). 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for 
approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood, 
Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music 
Council, and Library organizations (TACMO). This committee will receive 
from the six organizational committees and present for approval at the 
February Board meeting the names of nominees f6r leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six 
organizations shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. 
The names of all general organizational officers shall be presented to the 
Association for election. 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill any 
vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. 

Section 15. THE ORDINA TIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches pr fpr 
ministerial students seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee 
shall assist in the examination of candidates for the ministry only after 
their call to some specific position in Christian service, and shall refrain 
from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of the 
candidate. 



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Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or soUcit 
invitations for the place of meeting of the annual session for the following 
year, and to recommend to the Association in annual session, a place or 
places of meeting, along with a preacher and alternate for the sermon, for 
the following year. 

Section 17. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local 
stations in the securing of time, to promote programs of religious and 
denominational interest, and to encourage the churches to use the media of 
radio and television. ^ ^ 

Section 18. THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE shaWhe composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it 
by the Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable 
resolutions at the Annual Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shaWhe composed of 
three members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when 
possible the offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign 
Missions as well as the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to 
undergrid their church staff members through the Annuity Board 
retirement pains, to promote tithing by individual church members, and to 
encourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of their 
possessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational 

objects. , „ , 

Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall be composed 
of seven members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the 
Association area acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to 
cooperate with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the 
several institutions within the area of the Association and to encourage the 
ministry of the churches to students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of at least five members, normally church youth directors, whose 
duty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/ or 
with the youth of our churches. 



Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the 
Association and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority 
vote of members present and voting, except in matters relating to the 
Constitution, or withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and 
of seating messengers from those churches desiring to cooperate with the 
Association. In called meetings of the Association and the Associational 
Board, a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall 
be necessary to constitute a quorum.. 

(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
officer. He shall confme himself strictly under the consideration and shall 
avoid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the 



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same subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presiding 
officer, or at his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommended 
by the Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the first 
session. When adopted this report shall become the program and cannot be 
changed except by vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recent 
edition (1970) of Robert's "Rules of Order." 

Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Association and the 
Baptist Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within the 
area of the Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisory 
capacity. 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority of those present and 
voting at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 



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HISTORY OF BRAGGTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH 



It was a special day when Rev. F.D. Hemphill came mto the Braggtown 
Community in the summer of 1937 bringing enough enthusiam to get a 
church organized on April 3, 1938 constituting 82 charter members. There 
were 110 charter members when the membership period ended. Since that 
date the following ministers have served Braggtown Church: Rev. Fritz 
Hemphill (1938-43), Rev. Ernest Bailes (1943-50), Rev. J. Marshall Walker 
(1950-56), Dr. John T. Bunn (1956-61 ), Rev. WilHam R. Pursell ri962-65). Dr. 
Sherrill Stevens (1965-71), Rev. Clell Gibson (1972-78). On January 7, 1979 
Rev. Carl E. Herweyer came to Braggtown as our minister. 

In 1938 Mr. L.G. Holleman was elected as our first choir director and 
Mrs. Vivian Holleman Perry Hamlet ws elected as the first paid choir 
director and he also organized the first Brotherhood. 

The first unit of the building was used in 1939. The sanctuary was first 
used in 1949 and the second educational building was finished in April, 
1961. 

In 1950 Mrs. Nat Hunter was employed as choir director and resigned 
July, 1959. Then followed Mrs. Norwood, Mr. William Gandy, Mrs. Loris 
Colclough and a series of others. 

Mrs. Nancy Young Noel was employed as the first Educational Director 
in July, 1957. On December 8, 1959 Clarence O'Briant was employed as 
Educational Director and on June 20, 1964 Thomas Wood Green was 
employed in that capacity. In December, 1967 Lawrence Bullard followed as 
part-time director, followed by Douglas West who was employed until 
October, 1971. From the fall of 1973 until sometime in 1974 Eric and Betty 
Walters served as directors of youth and Phil Duncan was Minister of Music 
from July, 1973 to April, 1974. From June, 1974 to January, 1975 Ray 
Alderson served as Minister of Music and Education. Dennis Grass was 
employed from April 13, 1975 to October 29, 1978 as Minister of Music and 
Education and Mrs. Paula Shaw was Director of Youth from May, 1975 
through August, 1976. 

In the year of 1974 a renovation was executed. The Sanctuary and all of 
the second floor was renovated. The Fellowship Hall on the third floor was 
completed and a spacious kitchen was added. An elevator was installed and 
also a new organ was donated. The Dedication Service was held on 
September 8, 1974 praising the Lord for this significant milestone in the 
illustrious history and service of Braggtown Church. 

The current statistical information concerning Braggtown Baptist 
Church includes: Resident membership - 750; Sunday School enrollment - 
619; Brotherhod - 25; WMU enrollment - 54 plus 2 Mission Action Sunday 
Schol classes of about 24 ladies. 

The present Minister of Youth is Mark Harper and Bruce Benton is 
Minister of Music. The Organist is Mrs. Anne Alderson and Pianist is Mrs. 
Dianne Hill. Mrs. Margaret Donnald is the church secretary. The financial 
secretary is Crandall Nelson and our present budget is 8164,252.00. 



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HISTORY OF LYSTRA BAPTIST CHURCH 



During the late 1840's a young Grerman by the name of Alfred L. Stough 
was going about this large Methodist community speaking on temperance. 
An arm of Mount Carmel Church was organized at the "Dodd House" 
about one mile east of the present site of Lystra and a "Sons of Temperance 
Society" was formed at the "Cole House" about a mile to the west. In 1850 
these two groups decided to build a mutual meeting house and land was 
obtained in August, 1850. A small wooden frame building was erected in 
1851 at the preent site, six miles south of Chapel Hill. The building was not 
sealed inside, did not have a source of heat, and was without fiimiture for 
years. 

In November, 1852, Lystra Baptist Church was constituted by Elders 
mames S. Purefoy, Aaron Jones, and Dr. George W. Purefoy, with 
Brother Stough was studying, preached and presided at the business 
meetings for the church until the first pastor. Elder John C. Wilson was 
called in November, 1953. 

There were sixty-five members of the newly organized church;m 
the Cole House group, 15 fix)m the Dodd House group, and 24 who moved 
their membership from Mount Carmel. 

Lystra joined the Sandy Creek Association in 1853 and from the 
Associational minutes, Lystra showed a steady growth up to the Civil War 
years. The records became spotty at this point,and no minutes of the church 
were preserved from April, 1859 to May, 1866. Whether the church nearly 
terminated or just did not meet because of the question of slavery and the 
war is not known. 

Lystra became more active in the summer of 1866 and the church began 
holding conferences again. A new vigilant committee was appointed and 
the church adopted an ad valorem system of taxation to defray the financial 
expenses. By the summer of 1867, a Sunday School had been organized. 

In the period following the Civil War the black members were not 
attending and finally in 1870, a large group was granted letters to form their 
own church. In 1869, Lystra asked for and was granted a letter of dismisal 
from the Sandy Creek Association in order to help organize a new 
association, Mt. Zion. 

The church at Lystra continued to grow and to take an active part in 
missions, a W.M.U. was organized in 1886. Church membership had 
reached 200. 

The present church building was erected in 1900 with the educational 
building being added in the 1950's. 

Originally a service was held on one weekend of each month, changed to 
bi-monthly regularly in 1920's and finally to full time in the early 1950's. 

When Yates Association was organized, Lystra was one of its charter 
members. 

Lystra has used student pastors for most of its 127 years, many of whom 
have gone on to make a name in the missions fields as well as some in the 
educational field. Several of her own sons have gone into full time service 
for the Lord. 



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The church at Lystra maintains a membership of about 200, with one- 
fourth of these as non-resident members. 

Lystra's 127 years have shown a love of, and faith in humanity, a thirst 
for greater knowledge, and a striving to make Christ real to those within its 
reaches. This church is still very mission minded with nearly a quarter of its 
budget going for missions as it continues to serve the spiritual needs of a 
rural section of northern Chatham County. 



INMEMORIAM 



ANGIER AVENUE: 

Mrs. Bessie Bailey 
Ollie Lee Evans 
Leon A. Fisher 
Jack Hutchins 
Mrs. Vernie Johnson 
Mrs. Lillie Jones 
Earl Lanier 
Earl G. Colcough 
Reade Minor (Deacon) 
Mrs. Ola Stell 
S.W. Stevens . 
Margaret Stone • 
Burt R. Titus (Deacon) 
Mark Woodell 



BRAGGTOWN 

Mrs. J.E. Woods 
Henry G. Cates 
William T. Martin 
LB. Fonville, Jr. 
Lillie Pope ^ 

CALVARY: 

L.R.Fisher 

Ms. Corrina Scarborough 

W.H. Ragan 

Joe Boone 

E.T. Tatum 

Robert Gooch 

Ms. Gertrude Grice 



BELLS: 

A.L. Perkins 
Mrs. Vallie Horton 
Japheth Lewter 

BEREA: 

R.E. Wynne, Sr. 
Mrs. Bessie Riddle 

BETHESDA: 

Mrs. Mozelle Goodwin 
Mrs. Hazel Jeffreys 
Mrs. Eva Colcough 
Mrs. Dera Maynard 
Robert Woody, Jr. 
Leo Yates 
H.S. Best 

Mrs. Juanita Stallings 
Mrs. B.K. Fox 
A.N. King 
Leo O'Neal 
Joe Pope 
H.D. Ray 



CARRBORO: 
Mrs. G.H. Ray 
Miss Bertha Wright 
Bill Hardee 
Bernard Riggins 
Ben Jones 
Clifton Barker 
Tom Lindsey 
Mrs. Clarence Haithcock 
Warner Baxter 
Andy Anderson 
Mrs. Bernice Bennett 

CEDAR FORK 

F.H. Page 

Mrs. Lula Smith ' ' 

CHEEK HEIGHTS: 

Milton Ellis 
Mrs. Hattie Chronister 
Jack Morgan 
George Lucas 



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DURHAM FIRST: 

Miss Velma Goode 
Mrs. W.H. Clegg 
Mrs. Ethel Boger 
Mrs. Karen Kooksey 
Tommy Davis 
Dr. John Dilday 
Alwood Warren 
Mrs. Viki Kimbrough 
W.D.Mills 
Anjel Addison 
Mrs. Birdie Pickett 
Lendon Brantley 
Exum Rogers 

DURHAM MEMORIAL 

Carl Cheek 

Z.M. Gwaltney (Deacon) 
Brack Kennon 
Wallace Reid Proctor 

EBENEZER: 

Ralph Holsclaw 
Newman Bivins 
Dorothy Sykes 
Ralph Paschall 
Margaret Jackson k 

EDGEMONT: 
l[ J.T. Blackley 

Frank Gates (Deacon) 
Mary Decima Smith 
Rosa Smith 
Mrs. Estelle Stokes 
Mrs. Daisy Williams 
M.T. Yates (Deacon) 

EPHESUS: 

Lacy P. Bassett, Sr. 
Stuart M. Greene (Deacon) 

FAITH: 

Billy Markham 

GORMAN: 

Stan Emory 
Henry Walker 

GRACE: 

WilUam E. Allen 
Travis Hall 



William C. Jenkins 
Joseph G. Mize 
Julien S. Pickett 
Mrs.'E.T. Pressley 
Leslie W. Ross 
Mrs. A.T. Staples 
Mrs. Julian L. Sykes 
Claude A. Wallace 
Mrs. E.G. Whitley 

GREY STONE: 

Mrs. Luetta Blake 
Mrs. Carrie Christie 
Mrs. Ruby Correll 
Mrs. Thelma David 
Mrs. Ada Dwiggins 
Mrs. Lena Hudson 
Mrs. Mary Rasberry 
Mrs. Clareice Whitaker 
Mrs. Louise Woods 
W.V. Myers 
J. Claiborne Rigsbee 
Frank Weaver 
Harold Willett 

GUESS ROAD: 

Bill Price 
Bill Pope 
Graham Carroll 

HOLLOWAY STREET: 

Mrs. J.S. Leigh 
Miss. Wanda Pruitt 
Mrs. C.L. Stone 
Mrs. G.S. Warren 

HOPE VALLEY: 

Walter Kelly 

IMMANUEL: 

WilHe C. Carter 

LAKEWOOD: 

Mrs. W.T. House 
Mrs. Mattie O'Neal 
George Roll 

LOWE'S GROVE: 

Frank Shipp 
Henry O'Briant 



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Artie High 
Andrew Ellis 
Mrs. Harvey Lunsford 
Roy King (Deacon) 
A.L. Mooney 

LYSTRA: 

John Bean 
John Tripp 

MOUNT CARMEL: 

Mrs. Alice Blackwood 
Mrs. Margaret Hawksley 

MOUNT GILEAD: 

John Strowd (Deacon) 

MOUNT HERMON: 

Carlton King 

Mrs. Lillie Honeycutt 

Mrs. Jessie Cook 

MOUNT MORIAH: 

Mrs. Leona Davis 
Miss Dora Tillman 
Miss Beulah Pickard 
Cesco Mayse 
Hubert Parker 

MOUNT PISGAH: 

Roland Mulholland 
Mrs. Erma Ruth Green 

OLIVE BRANCH: 

A.E. Nichols 
Marvin Cawthorne 
Mrs. Annia Belle Perry 
PAGE ROAD: 
WilUam R. White 

PARKVIEW: 

Herman Mann 
Miss Bessie Hall 
J.B. Strickland 

PARKWOOD: 

Luther Wheeler 

PLAINVIEW: 

J.T. Ellis 
Roland Rigsbee 
Mrs. Lena Wilkins 
Mrs. Shelba Eakes 



RED MOUNTAIN: 

Clarence Tilley 
Mrs. Bessie Riley 

RIDGECREST: 

Mrs. Louise Oakley 
Elwood Chase 

ROSE OF SHARON: 

Mrs. Velma Dprthy 

TEMPLE 

Mrs. R.F. Ashworth 
J.E. Beckwith 
Mrs. CP. Bowling 
G.L. Brinkley 
E.L. Council 
Richard Christian 
Mrs. CP. Ethridge 
S.B. Ferrell 
Mrs. W.J. Highsmith 
Mrs. G. Lienwarden 
Richard Lynch 
S.B. Neal 

WESTWOOD: 

E.E. Bowen 
Mrs. Earl Hale 
J.C Hester 

Mrs. Vernon D. Winstead 

YATES: 

E.E. Farrell (Deacon) 
Odel Pickett 
Jay B. Hubbell 
Pearly Aldridge 

UNIVERSITY: 

Mrs. O.C Marsh 
Mrs. William Black 
Dr. Oscar Sapp 
Mrs. Paul Wallace 
Herman Ward 



MEALS FOR ASSOCIATIONAL & WMU 
ANNUAL MEETINGS 

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 

W.M.U. Annual Meeting Group Group Group Group Group Group 

(Spring) 2 3 4 1 2 3 
Associational Annual 

Meeting (October) 4 1 2 3 4 1 
PROVIDING MEALS AT ANNUAL MEETING: 



Group 11. 

Bells 

Cresset 

Ephesus 



Lakewood 
Lystra 
Mt. Carmel 



Mt. Gilead 
Mt. Pisgah 
Parkwood 



Temple 
Yates 



Group III. 

Calvary 
Cheek Heights 
Cheek Heights 
Durham Memorial 

Group IV. 

Angier Avenue 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Group I. 

Braggtown 
Carrboro 
Grey Stone 



FAith 
Fieldcrest 
Fieldcrest 
First 



Cedar Fork 
Edgemont 
Homestead Ht. 



Gorman 

Grace 

Grace 

Holloway Street 



Hope Valley 
Lowe's Grove 
Olive Branch 



Plainview 
Grace 

Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 



Park View 
Trinity 
Page Road 



Guess Road Mt. Moriah Watts Street 
Immanuel Rose of Sharon Westwood 

Mt. Hermon University Ebenezer 



Please note that churches are not asked to serve two meals in the 
same year. 



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MESSENGERS 



ANGIER AVENUE: Miss LeaAnn Dunnegan, Mrs. L.L. Husketh, Mrs. 

Crate Jones, John Laverty, Mrs. John Laverty, L.R. Overman, Mrs. L.R. 

Overman, Mrs. Bobby Taylor, Miss Ephna Watts, Mrs. PhilHp Woodell. 
BELLS: Mrs. Frances Parker, Mrs. Ljb Scott, Mrs. Tessie Barbee. 
BETHESDA: D.J. Booth, Robert Goodwin, Mrs. C. Martin, Mrs. Eva 

McCarson, Hugh O'Shields, Vernon Parnell, Mrs. Jean Parnell, 

Lunsford Wilhams, Mrs. Rita Wilhams. 
BRAGGTOWN: Mrs. Ed Sloan, Mrs. John Long, Mrs. Lanny Harward. 
CARRBORO: Mrs. Willie Perry, Jim Wright, Mrs. Jim Wright, Mrs. Henry 

Swaim, Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, Rev. Jack Mansfield. 
CEDAR FORK: W.R. Beasley, Mrs. Edwin Couch, Mrs. Noamo Morse, 

Miss Beulah Walton, Mrs. H.L. Page. 
CHEEK HEIGHTS Mrs. Alex Lesperance, Mrs. Nettie Lasater, Mrs. 

Shirley Chappell, Mrs. Ira Pate, Jimmy Carroll, Mrs. Virginia Grissom. 
DURHAM FIRST: Mrs. Ernest Greene, Mrs. John Deeds, Miss Mehssa 

Ashley, Mrs. John Clayton, Mrs. Pauline Lyon, Mrs. Jethro Broadwell, 

Mrs. Charles Harris, Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, Flovd Rhodes, J.T. Craig. 
DURHAM MEMORIAL: Ronnie Bolton, Miss Bonnie Doughtie, Mrs. 

Karen Grissom, Mark Hicks, Mrs. Jean Howerton, Rev. Charles 

Johnson, Earl Johnson, Wallace Lawson, Mrs. Cindy Riggsbee, David 

Riggsbee, Mrs. Shirley Shelburne. 

ALTERNATES: Mrs. Lynn Johnson and Mrs. Wallace Watson 
EBENEZER: Bud Parrish, Phil Parrish, John Carrington, Tina Johnson, 

Ray Wilkins, Ms. Naomi DeWeese, Brunell Moody, Frank Pendergraph, 

Ms. Ramona Pendergraph. 
EDGEMONT: G.E. McCorkle, Mrs. G.E. McCorkle, Miss Brenda Williams, 

Miss Jean Morris, Mrs. E.D. Davis, Mrs. John Ellington, Mrs. Christine 

Goodwin, Mrs. Dorothy Morris. 
EPHESUS: PhiUp Riggsbee, Mrs. Edna Riggsbee, Mrs. B.W. Clark, Mrs. 

Harold C. Markham, Mrs. R.E. Daniel, Mrs. Theda L. Pendergraph. 
FAITH: Mrs. Loretta Tutor, Mrs. Frankie Tutor, Steve Tutor, Mrs. T.J. 

Campbell, T.J. Campbell, Mrs. Delores Childress, Mrs. Cora Hicks, Mrs. 

Ruth Moore, Mrs. Mildred Murphy, Lewis Murphy. 
FIELDCREST: Thomas C. ElHs, Leon W. Weaver, Mrs. Leon W. Weaver. 
GORMAN: Herbert Gray, T.L. Blinsmon, R.E. Broughton, S.A. Carter, 

Kerry Stainback, E.H. Denny, W.A. Ferrell, JuHus Goss, R.J. Thornton, 

H.A. Wall. 

ALTERNATES: G.F. Collingwood, B.L. Fuller, J.E. Glenn, V.E. Glenn, 
L.H. Veazey. 

GRACE: Mrs. F.Q. Barbee, Mrs. Dwaine Coley, Mrs. C.S. Dhue, Mrs. John 
Knott, Mrs. George Love, Jr., T.O. Oerry, Mrs. T.O. Perry, Mrs. Walker 
Stone, Sr., Mrs. Alvis Warren, Mrs. Noel Young Sr. 

HOLLOW AY STREET: Mrs. W. Aubrey Jones, A.R. Gardner, Mrs. A.R. 
Gardner, Miss Judy King, Mrs. Gwen Laing, Clyde Gregory, Mrs. Clyde 
Gregory, CP. Fogleman, Mrs. CP. Fogleman, C.E. Hinson. 



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HOPE VALLEY: Ralph Lewter, Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Jesse Parrisg, Mrs. 

James Murphy, Toby Frost. 
IMMANUEL: Mr. & Mrs. Bill Coghill, Mr. & Mrs.-Larry Johnson, Mr. & 

Mrs. Richard Pool, Mr. & Mrs. B.E. Suggs, John Teague, Mrs. Russell 

Wimmer. 

LAKEWOOD: Mrs. B. Copley, Fred Crabtree, Mrs. Fred Crabtree, Mrs. J. 
Cecil Howard, Mrs. Kenneth Partin, Mrs. Stewart Rigsbee, Mrs. E verette 
J. Smith. 

ALTERNATES: Mrs. A. Beal, Mrs. R. Topper, Mrs. Foye E. Ward 
LOWE'S GROVE: Robert Hurst, Mrs. Edna Hurst, Mrs. Agnes Rich, Mrs. 

Ruth Randolph, Mrs. Flonnie Spencer, Mrs. Carol Underwood, Leon 

Driver, Mrs. Leon Driver. 
LYSTRA: Mrs. Majorie Oakley, Bill Burgess, Mrs. Ruby Hutchins, Mrs. 

Lessie Rigsbee, Mrs. Jessie Romevn, Mrs. Frances Oldham. 
MOUNT CARMEL: Mrs. Eben Merritt, S.T. Noell, Ralph Blackwood, Mrs. 

Thomas Blackwood, Mrs. John McNease. 

ALTERNATES: Mrs. Sandy Crabtree, Mrs. Weldon Pendergraph. 
MOUNT GILEAD: Robert Royal, Eleanor Royal, Ola WiUiams, Virginia 

Morris, Norvellar Tripp, Jerry Clark, Joyce Bynum. John Clark. 
MOUNT HERMON: Mrs. Floyd Harris, Mrs. Mamie Walsh, Mrs. Blanche 

Couch, Mrs. William Clayton, Mrs. Fred Browning, Art Collins. 
MOUNT MORIAH: Robert Gooch, Mrs. Robert Gooch, Clyde Carroll, 

James Wilkins, Mrs. James Wilkins, W.B. Waller, Mrs. Jesse Crabtree, 

Troy Wilkins. 

MOUNT PISGAH: George Farrell, Ruby Farrell, EHzabeth Woods, Fallie 

Farrell, Swannie Booth. 
OLIVE BRANCH: George Ray, Mrs. George Ray, Mrs. Hazel Gardner, 

Mrs. Willie Currin, Rev. H.L. Nichols. 
PAGE ROAD: Desiree Oakley, Dan McGhee, Margaret Stinnett, Joan 

Mitchell. 

PARKWOOD: David Green, Mrs. Luther Wheeler, Jim Blake, Mrs. Harry 

Thomas, Mrs. Milton Wethington, Mrs. E.B. Hodges. 

ALTERNATES: Mrs. E.B. Hodges, Mrs. H.M. Smith, Mrs. Hughie 

Lewis, and Mrs. David Heugel. 
RED MOUNTAIN: WilHam Crabtree, Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, A.M. Hall, 

Jr., Otha Taylor, Mrs. Annie Mae Taylor, Mrs. Cora Hall, Mrs. Bivens 

Duncan, Mrs. Mabel Long, Mrs. Lois Gates. 
RIDGECREST: Wiley Oakley, Dick Vulgamore, Al Keeton, Mrs. Kathryn 

Oakley, Mrs. Gwen Pickett, Mrs. Susie Brown, Mrs. Lillian Cash. 
ROSE OF SHARON: Boyd Browning, Mrs. Boyd Browning, William 

Garrard, Mrs. William Garrard, Mrs. Carl Griffin, Miss Cherri Lamm, 

Miss Amanda Parnell. 

ALTERNATES: Miss Rose Pleasant, Mrs. Robert Parnell, and Carl 
Griffin. 

TEMPLE: Mrs. J.G. Woodall, Mrs. E.P. Clements, Mrs. Philip Ward, E.B. 
Weatherspoon, Mrs. E.B. Weatherspoon, Linwood McCullers, Mrs. 
Linwood McCullers, Wayne Cash, Mrs. Wayne Cash, Mrs. Henry 
Jessup. 

TRINITY: Charles E. Owens, Mrs. James E. Harris, Richard Stallings, 
Mrs. Dorothy Hicks. 



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YATES: Norma Stock, Shirley Robertson, Gene Robertson, Hallie 
McGhee, Ben Wheeler, Leonore Yeargan, Rosemary Cumbie, Dubba 
Hughes, Larry Dickens. 



MESSENGERS TO ANNUAL MEETING 
OCTOBER 29 & 30, 1979 



Church No. From Pastor/Bd. Others Total 

Membership 



Angier Avenue 


10 


3 





13 


Bells 


5 


3 





8 


Berea 


4 


3 





7 


Bethesda 


10 


3 


2 


15 


Braggtown 


9 


3 


3 


15 


Calvary 


8 


3 





11 


Carrboro 


10 


3 


? 


13? 


Cedar Fork 


5 


3 


i 


9 


Cheek Hts. 


6 


3 





9 


Cresset 


8 


3 





11 


Durham Memorial 


10 


3 


1 


14 


Ebenezer 


9 


3 


, 


12 


Edgemont 


8 


3 





11 


Ephesus 


6 


3 





c 9 


Faith 


7 


3 


1 


11 


Fieldcrest 


4 







7 


First 


10 


s 


4 


17 


Gormon 


10 


3 


a 


13 


Grace 


10 


3 


1 


14 


Grey Stone 


10 


3 


2 


15 


Guess Road 


10 


3 





13 


Holloway Street 


10 


3 


1 


14 


Homestead Hts. 


6 


3 


2 


11 


Hope Valley 


5 


3 





8 


Immanuel 


7 


3 





10 


Lakewood 


7 


3 





10 


Lowe's Grove 


9 


3 


1 


13 


Lystra 


4 


3 





7 


Mt. Carmel 


6 


3 





9 


Mt. Gilead 


5 


3 





8 


Mt. Hermon 


7 


3 


1 


11 


Mt. Moriah 


6 


3 





9 


Mt. Pisgah 


5 


3 





8 


Olive Branch 


5 


3 





8 


Page Road 


4 


3 





7 


Park View 


7 


3 





10 


Parkwood 


6 


3 


1 


10 


Plainview 


7 


3 





10 



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Red Mountain 5 ; ^ .h: S 8 

Ridgecrest 8 3 11 

Rose of Sharon 7 ' 3 ^ 2 12 

Temple 10 3 2 15 

Trinity 6 i 3 9 

University 10 3 1 14 

Watts Street 10 f ; ^3 A^^ ; 13 

Westwood 6 3 9 

Yates 10 3 13 



CHURCH I OTHERS (BOARD MEMBER/COM. CHAIRMAN) 

Bethesda ^ O'Shields & Little 

Braggtown Nelson, Crabtree, Harper 

Cedar Fork Couch 
Durham Memorial Vaughan 

Faith Ryder 

First Deeds, Brown, Garrett, Clayton 

Grace Love 

Grey Stone ^ Bates, Freeman 

Holloway Street Harrill 

Homestead Heights Sprouse & Tart 

Lowe's Grove Herndon 

Mt. Hermon Godwin 1 

Parkwood Fogleman ' 

Rose of Sharon Lassiter & Lee 

Temple Dickey & Paschall 

University Sparrow 



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PROGRAM 



MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1979 
Angier Avenue Baptist Church 

THROUGH TEACHING AND TRAINING 



7:15 Call to Order Julian Motley, Moderator 

Pastor, Gorman Church 
Annual Meting Comittee Report .... Gerald Goodwin, Chairman 

Pastor, Durham Memorial Church 

Hymn 127 "I Will Sing The Wondrous Story" 

Invocation Crate Jones 

Greeting Pastor, Angier Avenue Church 

7:25 Concert Campbell Universary Chorale 

7:55 Recognition of New Staff Members 

Talmadge Lassiter, Vice Moderator 
Rose of Sharon 

8:00 Registration and Offering 
8:05 Organizational Reports 

8:25 Hymn 218 "He Leadth Me" 

Scripture: Galatians 5:22-26 Norman Gossett 

Pastor, Edgemont Church 

Ministry in Music Jean Howerton, Music Director 

Durham Memorial Church 

8:35 Annual Sermon: "A Prior Mission" Russell Wimmer 

Pastor, Immanuel Church 

Benediction Robert Weatherly 

Pastor, Mt. Moriah Church 
Reception Dr. & Mrs. Wade Armstrong 



Congretational Song Leader Bruce Benton 

Minister of Music, Braggtown Church 

Organist John Laverty 

Minister of Music, Angier Avenue Church 

Pianist Anne Alderson 

Organist, Braggtown Church 



TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1979 
Park View Baptist Church 

THROUGH MINISTR Y AND EVANGELISM 



9:15 Musical Presentation Music Ministers, Yates Association 

9:30 Hymn 147 "Ye Servants of God" 

Invocation ' Richard Davis 

Greeting Pastor, Park View 



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9:40 Associational Board Report Julian Motley, Moderator 

Gorman Church 

Committee Reports 

Calendar Committee Bettie Mae Dickey, Chairman 

Temple Church 

Nominations Committee Darlene Harrill, Chairman 

Other Committees 

10:10 Church/Pastor Relations Robert H. Bruhn 

Baptist State Convention 

Hymn 424 "Serve The Lord With Gladness" 

10:25 Social Service Institutions Dr. David Beavers 

Baptist Hospital 

Recognition of Other Agencies 

10:40 Hymn 332 "Lord Lay Some Soul Upon My Heart" 

Miscellaneous Business 

10:55 Youth Evangelism Ministries Richard Everette 

Baptist State Convention 

11:10 Hymn 207 "Rescue The Pershing" 

Scripture Charles Harris 

Pastor, First Church 

Ministry in Music 

11:25 Message Dr. Frank Grumpier 

Home Mission Board 

Benediction Emory McMillan Bare 

Pastor, Westwood Church 

Lunch 

Congregational Song Leader Herbert Gray 

Minister of Music/ Activities, Gorman Church 

Organist E. High O'Shields 

Associate in Music and Youth, Bethesda Church 

Pianist Janet Whitaker 

Minister Music, Carrboro Church 



TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30, 1979 
Southern High Auditorium 

THROUGH VISION AND COMMITMENT 

7:15 Call to Celebration Combined Associational Choir 

Scripture: Luke 24:44-48 Douglas Willett 

Prayer School of Prayer, Director 

Greeting Anthony Oakley, Pastor 

Page Road Church 

Medley of Hymns (1st verse of each) 

^ "There Is A Name I Love To Hear" 

"He Keeps Me Singing" 
"To God Be The Glory" 

Resolutions Committee 



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7:30 1980 Bold Budget Challenge C.B. Tart, Jr. 

Finance Committee Chairman 

Associational Lay Leader Award 

Presentation of Stewardship Plaques Don Christian 

Incoming Finance Committee Chairman 
Place and Preacher Committee Report 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Chairman, Lowe's Grove Church 

7:40 Video Presentation Assoc. Retrospect-Introstect-Prospect 

Hymn "I'll Go Where You Want Me To Go" 

Offering for Annual Meeting Expense 

8:00 Celebration in Music Combined Choirs 

8:30 "Challenge To A Bold Mission Thrust" . Dr. D. Wade Armstrong 

Director of Missions 

Chorus "Alleluia" 

Benediction 

Congregational Song Leader Mike Threadgill 

Minister of Music, Grey Stone Church 

Organist Peggy Hartung 

Organist, Grey Stone Church 
Pianist Pianist, Grey Stone Church 



REPRESENTATIVES ON ASSOCIATIONAL 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Church 


Representatives 


Address 


Angier Avenue 


Paul Watkins 


2424 S. Alston, Durham 27713 




Claiborne Ross 


109 N. Guthrie, Durham 27703 


Bells 


M/M Robert Hunt 


609 N. Driver Ave., Durham 


Berea 


M/M J.I. Wiggs 


1318 Elmset, Durham 27713 


Bethesda 


M/M E.B. Britt 


2920 ElUs Rd., Durham 


Braggtown 


R.D. Holleman 


1514 Hermitage Ct. 






Durham 27707 




Sterling Holloway 


1826 Chandellary 






Durham 27705 


Calvary 


Ms. Emma Daniel 


610 Lynn, Durham 27703 




James Hutchins 


915 Lynn, Durham 27703 


Cedar Fork 


H.C. Green 


Rt. 1, Morrisville 27560 




Lester Ward 


Rt. 1 Morrisville 27560 


Cheek Heights 


C.H. Shelton 


1004 E. Club, Durham 27704 




Ira Pate 


1111 Midland Terrace 






Durham 27704 


Durham First 


W.J. Broadwell 


3629 Hathaway Road 






Durham 27707 




Thad Ashley 


2612 Roxboro, Durham 27704 


Durham Mem. 


Exie Andrews 


2706 Wedgedale Ave. 






Durham 27703 




Roy Watson 


2505 Toss, Durham 27703 ' 



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Ebenezer 


Jack Moody 




/T.rLIlUr OCJlIIHro 


H H from r^Ti 


iviio. vjrerdKJ. vvmidnio 




Rone Davis 


Ephesus 


Jesse Moye 




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1 IlUIIldb . JlilllO 




Leon W. Weaver 


Gorman 


J.J. Thornton 




vv .v^. >^idrK, or. 


Grace 


Rev. Dwaine Coley 




Gary Sechler 


(jrrey otone 


iviro. ejonn rreeuidn 




Phil Kimhnll 

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Roy Smith 


Hope Valley 


Preston Bryd 




Tom Hall 


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Lowe's Grove 


M/M Leon Driver 


Lystra 


John A. Oldham 


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Blackwood 




Mrs. S.T. Noell 


IVTnnnt rrilpj^irl 


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Jerry Clark 


Mount Hermon 


Marvin Couch 




William Clayton 


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Clyde Farrell 


Olive Branch 


M/M George Ray 



Rt. 4, Box 574 
Hillsborough 27278 
Rt. 2, Box 470, Durham 27705 
2014 Sprunt. Durham 27705 
2718 Ashe, Durham 27703 
1603 Ephesus Church Rd. 
Chapel Hill 27514 
Rt. 7, Box 271, Durham 27707 
3210 Sherbon Dr., Durham 
3417 Glenn Rd., Durham 
1601 Glen School Rd. 
Durham 27704 

Rt. 5, Box 190, Durham 27704 
324 Deerfield, Durham 27712 
2004 Snow Valley Road 
Durham 27712 
1436 Acadia, Durham 27701 
6302 Whitt, Durham 27712 
511 Spruce, Durham 27703 
511 Sprunt St., Durham 27703 
317 Cheryl, Durham 27712 
117 Argonne, Durham 27704 
5804 Lake Elton Rd. 
Durham 27713 
1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd. 
Durham 27713 

5030 Raintree, Durham 27712 

1810 Albany, Durham 27705 

2303 Huron Circle, Durham 

1709 Wallace, Durham 27707 

Rt. 4, Box 43, Durham 

Rt. 7, Box 571-A 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Rt. 7, Box 663 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Rt. 6, Box 215, 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Rt. 4, Pittsboro 27312 

Rt. 4, Pittsboro 27312 

5325 Old Hillsborough Rd. 

Durham 27705 

5331 Old Hillsborough Rd. 

Durham 27705 

Rt. 1, Box 156, Durham 27705 
2012 Wawa, Durham 27707 
Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham 27713 
Rt. 3, Apex 27502 
Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 



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Page Road Gene Stinnett 

O.C. Mitchell 

Park View Carlton Harrell 

Eric O'Brian 

Parkwood Mrs. Tracy Barbee 

Rev. David Moore 
Ridgecrest Ben Brown 

J.B. Cash 
Rose of Sharon Rv. Preminto 

Chisenhall 

Bryant Scott 

Temple E.L. Kerley, Jr. 

Mrs. E.L. Kerley 
Trinity Mrs. Charlie Wood 

Mrs. Roy Hilliard 
Westwood Walter Eakes 

W.J. Peters 

Yates Earl Earp 

Ollie Yeargun 



628 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 

838 Glencoe, Durham 27703 

410 Argonne, Durham 27704 

Rt. 2, Box 31 IC 

Durham 27712 

Rt. 3, Box 297C \ 

Durham 27713 

102 Montclair, Durham 27713 

5110 Pin Trail, Durham 27712 

217 Midland, Durham 27712 

316 Rose of Sharon Rd. 

Durham 27712 

3141 Rose of Sharon Rd. 

Durham 27712 

2808 Sparger, Durham 27705 

2808 Sparger, Durham 27705 

Ellis Rd., Durham 27703 

Glover Rd., Durham 27703 

1210 Carolina Ave. 

Durham 27705 

607 Candlewood Place 

Durham 27704 

3210 Chapel Hill Rd. 

Durham 27707 

3710 Hulon Dr. 

Durham 27705 



EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBERS 

The Associational Board consists of the officers of the association, 
leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary 
Union, Music, Brotherhood, TACMO, the chairman of each Standing 
Committee, the Director of Missions, each of the State General Board from 
our Association and the B.S.U. Directors of Duke Universary and the 
Universary of North Carolina shall be invited to sit with the Associational 
Board in an advisory capacity. Two lay members, listed above, are elected 
by the churches. 



YEARS FOR PUBLISHING CHURCH HISTORIES 
IN THE MINUTES 



1979 Lystra and Braggtown 

1980 Berea and Mount Pisgah 

1981 Mount Moriah and Mount Gilead 

1982 Rose of Sharon 

1983 Lowe's Grove and Mount Carmel 

1984 Universary and Watts Street 

1985 Durham Memorial and Cheek Heights 



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1986 Holloway Street and Immanuel 

1987 ^ Trinity and Gorman 

1988 Guess Road and Calvary 

1989 Plainview and Westwood 

1990 Park View and Bethesda 

1991 Yates and Olive Branch 

1992 Temple and Angier Avenue 

1993 Red Mountain and Ephesus 

1994 Grey Stone and Edgemont 

1995 Carrboro and Grace 

1996 Lake wood and First 

1997 Mount Hermon and Ebenezer 

1998 Faith and Ridgecrest 

1999 Hope Valley and Cresset 

2000 Homestead Heights and Fieldcrest 

2001 Page Road and Parkwood 

2002 Bells and Cedar Fork 

2003 Lystra and Braggtown 



AUDITOR REPORT 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and expenditures of the 
Yates Baptist Association for the calendar year ended December 31, 1978. 
My examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing 
standards and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records 
and such other auditing procedures as I considered necessary in the 
circumstances, except that it was not practical to extend my examination of 
income beyond the recorded receipts. 

The Association has elected to prepare its financial statements on the 
cash basis. Cost and expenditures for equipment, property and 
improvements have been accounted for in the year paid. Because 
receivables, liabilities and property owned are not made a part of this 
financial statement, it is not intended to report on the financial position or 
results of operation of the Association taken as a whole. 

In my opinion, subject to the above qualification, the accompanying 
statement of cash receipts and expenditures presents fairly the recorded 
cash transactions of the Yates Baptist Association for the calendar year 
ended December 31, 1978 on an basis consistent with that of the preceding 
year. 

Frank D. Nelson, CPA 

Auditor i 



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STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1978 



Balance Expendi- Balance 

FUND 1-1-78 Receipts tures 12-31-78 

General $ 7,210.24 $130,516.26 $89,427.00 $48,299.50 

Yates Home Develop. 157.21 8.47 165.68 

Camp Swimming Pool 104.79 5.65 110.44 

Church Expansion 1,246.61 67.20 1,313.81 

Camp Expansion 12,249.72 3,383.09 4,500.00 11,132.81 

Bold Missions Thrust 1,835.94 706.66 1,129.28 

Video-Tape Playback 546.50 546.50 
Equipment Loan/Camp 

Expansion 4,500.00 4,500.00 

$23,351.01 138,480.67 $94,633.66 $67,198.02 



Cash Balance at December 31, 1978 

Bank . $14,415.28 
Petty Cash 60.00 
Security Savings & Loan 52,722.74 

$67,198.02 



Yates Baptist Association is a non-profit religious organization which 
maintains its records on the cash receipts and disbursements basis. 
Operating funds for the Association are recieved primarily from 
contributions made by cooperating churches. Contributions from churches 
to the operating fund in 1978 amounted to $67,971.14. 

The Association owns campgrounds in Wake County, North Carolina. 
During the year 1978 $1,200.00 was received for the sale of right-of-way for 
highway development and 39.79 acres of land was sold to U.S. Corps of 
Engineers for their Falls of the Neuse Dam Project. This land sale which 
was approved by the Association Board on February 21, 1978 amounted to 
$59,685.00. There has been no special designation assigned by the Board for 
use of these funds, therefore they have been recorded as General Fund 
receipts. During the year $12,282.33 was spent from the General Fund on 
road development, water tank installation and other camp improvements. 

On February 21, 1978, the Association Board voted that a loan be made 
from the Camp Expansion Fund of office equipment. This loan of $,500.00 is 
to be repaid to the Camp Expansion Fund from General Fund Budget 
allocations. The Camp Expansion Fund consists of special designated 
contributions which have been received and accumulated for use in 
development and expansion of the Yates Assembly Camp Grounds. The 
equipment, when purchased was accounted for under General Fund 
Expenditures. The balance outstanding in this inter-fund loan transaction 
at December 31, 1978 was $4,500.00. 



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REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATION BOARD 



The Associational Board, in fulfilment of its responsibility to "act for the 
Association in the interim between sessions," held four meetings during the year. 
1979 has been a most significant year in the history of Yates Association due to the 
retirement of Hubert S. Mumford, Director of Missions, after serving twenty-five 
years in this position, and the coming of D. Wade Armstrong to assume the 
position on August first. 

On February 2, 1979, the Board through its Retirements Committee 
recognized the twenty-five-year service of Hubert S. Mumford as Director of 
Missions in a banquet and program held at the Grey Stone Church. He and Mrs. 
Mumford were honoured and were presented the gift of a Camper Trailer in 
appreciation. 

In addition to hearing reports of the organizations and committees and to 
offerings official guidance to the program of the association, the Board took the 
following actions during the interim. 

At the first Board meeting on February 13th at Holloway Street Church, 
Recommendations from the Executive Committee were adopted, naming Hubert 
S. Mumford as Emeritus Director of Missions and authorizing the continued 
payment of his group health insurance through the Convention for the balance of 
the year 1979. The 1979 Budget was adoted as revised and recommended by the 
Finance Committee, adjusting the total compensation of the Director of Missions 
to $28,000 as requested by the Search Committee, and reducing the new 
equipment item by $2000 to $1700 for the current year. Organizational heads for 
the 1979-1980 program wereTiamed upon recommendation from the Nominations 
Committee in its report and were tentatively approved. In response to a request 
from the Christian Life Council of the State Convention, Mr. Robert Goodwin of 
the Bethesda Church was named to the newly created State Baptist Council on 
Aging. At this meeting a special session of the Board was authorized to be caUed 
on June I9th at the Westwood Church to hear a report ancl reconmiendation from 
the Search Committee. 

Historic action was taken on June 19, 1979, in the special meeting held at 
Westwood Church. Upon reconmiendation of the Executive Committee and its 
Search Committee, a Call was extended to Dr. D. Wade Armstrong to become the 
Director of Missions effective August 1, 1979, at an annual compensation of 
$29,000 in salary and benefits plus the cost of moving to the Association, the 
allocation of compensation to be recommended and adopted at the July 10th Board 
meeting. The Board took this action after having received full information by mail 
concerning the meeting and the reconmiendation to be brought from the 
Executive Committee. Dr. Armstrong was introduced at this meeting and spcke 
briefly before and following the action of the Board. 

The regularly scheduled July 10th meeting was held with the Gorman Church. 
Routine matters preparatory to the Annual Sessions were considerd, including 
the announcement of the Lay Leader Committee appointment and a progress 
report from the Annual Session Program Committee. As required by action at the 
June 19th meeting, the Director of Missions' compensation was authorized to be 
l)udgeted as follows: $12,000 salary; $8,400 housing; auto expense $3,100; 
retirement $2,900; and, utilities $2,600. 

I'he moderator, in consulation with the Executive Committee, in the February 
Board Meeting caUed for the formation of a special council to be responsible for 
study of the Future Development Committee recommendations adopted by the 
1978 Annual Session and to recommend the actions necessary to their final 



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Implementation by the Association. The council would consist of the Moderator, 
Vice Moderator, Parliamentarian, Cl^k, Future development Committee 
Chairman, Constitution Com mitte e Chairman, Trustee Chairman, the Ministers' 
Conference President and the Director of Missions. 

This Council anticipates the leadership of the Director of Missions. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Julian M. Motley, Moderator 

REPORT DFTHE SUNDAY SCHOQL 

The Yates Association Sunday School Council scheduled several events during 
this year to assist church leaders in their efforts to reach more people for 
meaningful Bible study. The following is a brief summary of events: 
( 1 .) Outreach Clinic - Grace Baptist Church - February 27 

Purpose - To help all age group leaders in their efforts for 
' more effective outreach ministry. 
(2.) Vacation Bible School Clinic - Yates Baptist Church - April 30-May 1 
Purpose - To assist V.B.S. teachers for effective Vacation Bible 
Schools in their Churches 
Attendance - 165 from 28 churches 
(3.) Pastor-Staff -Sunday School Director Workshop - Grey Stone Baptist 
Church -June 4 Guest Leader - Robert Stewart 
Purpose - To help pastors and general officers plan for an effec- 
tive Sunday School year 
Attendance - 70 from 30 churches 
(4.) Sunday School Leadership Night - First Baptist Church - September 11 
Purpose - To assist all Sunday School teachers and officers in 
prepation for the new year 
Attendance - 

In addition, the Sunday School Task Force of the N.C. Baptist State 
Convention made a presentation to the yates ministers' Conference in April. We 
had 53 in attendance from 35 of our churches. Gary Chapman and Wayne Ham 
were our guest for this conference. 

In conclusion, Sunday School remains the primary way to reach people for 
Jesus Christ. May we be more committed to that task. 

Respectfully sub nutted, 
Johnny E. Ross, Director 

REPORT OF THE BROTHERHOOD 

Approximately six years ago, under the leadership of Brother Hubert 
Mumford, the Brotherhood Council was formed to revive Brotherhood work in the 
Yates Association. Since then. Baptist Men and Royal Ambassador units have 
increased in our Association. Had it not been for the visions of Hubert Mumford, 
this new awareness and involvement may not have taken place. It has been a real 
pleasure working and planning with him over the years. The Brotherhood Council 
wishes him well in his retirement. 

Mission education and involvement have been the Brotherhood emphasis 
again this year. Many of the Baptist Men and R.A. events have stresses mission 



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involvement. 

The Baptist Couples' Night featured Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Smith of 
Greensboro. Mr. Smith is chairman of the Baptist Men's Corp for the State 
Brotherhood Department and presented a slides presentation on home and 
overseas mission opportunities for lay people. This was a very interesting 
program. 

Several lay persons in our association have participated in home and overseas 
missions in places such as the Caribbeans, North Carolina coast, Pennsylvania, 
Kentucky and Oklahoma. Perhaps this denotes that Baptist are taking the Bold 
Mission thrust concept seriously. 

Our R.A.'s had another successful track meet this year with all first place 
winners going to the state track meet and competing there. 

two of our R.A.'s, Lynn Bates and Darrell Barbee accompanied four other 
R.A.'s from our state to participate in missions work in Enid, Oklahoma this 
summer. This involvement included backyard Bible Clubs and the painting of an 
educational building. 

Under the leadership of our R.A. Director, Bryce Bates, at least three R.A. 
workshops were held at Ephesus, Mt. Hermon and Durham Memorial for 
establishing or renewing R.A. units in these churches. 

The crusade Car Competition for 1979 was held at Carrboro Baptist Church. A 
mission exhibit was a prerequisite for entering competition. 

Again this year our Brotherhood Training workshop was held jointly with the 
W.M.U. at Trinity Baptist Church. This is an annual event planned in early 
September to provide opportunity for our churches to send new leaders for 
training in Baptist Men's and R.A. work for the coming year. 

Planning for next year has already taken place with a calendar to be sent to all 
church Brotherhood leaders. 

Respectively submitted, 
J. Edwin Couch, Director 

REPORT OF THE MUSIC COUNCIL 

The Associational Music Council planned and executed two major events this 
past year. The first was a joint effort with the Associational Youth Council on 
March 17 when we were able to involve some two to three hundred youth in a fun 
time of games and group experiences. Following the fun time and interaction of 
the groups Mr. Dick Milham, Christian Performing Aritst of Orlando. Florida, 
presented a testimonial-concert. 

PraiSing '79 was the second event of the year which involved Adult Choirs 
from all over the Association on May 11 at First Baptist Church. This was an 
exciting evening for some twenty churches with two hundred and fifty persons 
singing. We were privileged to have Mr. Charles Storey, Associate in the Church 
Music Department of The Baptist State Convention, direct the mass choir 
numbers. 

The council has spent a great deal of time planning the music for the Annual 
Meeting. Plans for the coming year have been made and the council has already 
begun work on those plans. 

Respectively submitted, 
^ E. Hugh O'Shields, Chairman 



REPOBT OF THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE 



Your Deacon's Committee decided on one major happening this year, rather 
than three or more small meetings. This happening, happend at Grey Stone 
Baptist Church on November 3, 1978. Dr. Charles Treadway (the deacon's 
deacon) from Nashville led the meeting. This meeting was promoted and aimed at 
Deacons and their work. It was by far, the best attended meeting in years. Most 
all churches of our association were represented with over 200 deacons present. 
Thank you for making the work of the deacon's Conmiittee rewarding and a 
blessing 

Respectively submitted, 
Cecil Vaughan, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

1979 has been a good year for our camp as we have seen much use of the camp 
and accomplishment of the sale to the goverments of 41 acres more or less for 
hijfhway widening and lake use. The area of 39.78 acres more or less sold to the 
U.S. Government is to be a part of the flood stage reservoir for Falls of Neuse and 
will be turned over to the State of N.C. Parks Dept. for management as a wildlife 
refuge. We think this usage will be an asset to our camp in the long run. 

The one acre sold to the State of N.C. for widening N.C. Hwy. No. 98 will take 
some of our privacy at the pond and shelter area but with some planting of trees 
there we can solve this minor problem. 

We have a new road graded and rocked and ready to build two new overnight 
buildings and plans for same awaiting avaOable funds. We have another new 
roadway extension which will be to the normal water level of the lake and under 
water at flood stage. 

We have our chores awaiting us too. We are preparing to rebuild the Matthew 
Tyson Yates homeplace and pack house on our prepared site. Our 10,000 gallon 
water tank is erected and waiting to be hooked up to our wells and lodge building. 

We have a circular walking trail nearly a mile long where wild flowers, 
animals, and birds abound. 

When the lake reaches normal water level this will be one of the prettiest 
walks around. 

Our ancient farm tractor needs replacing with a working model and this we 
hope to accomplish soon. 

Our water system is working now and will improve when hooked up to the 
existing tank. 

Our lodge is clean and neat and a pleasure to use and we would encourage 
more churches to lise it more often so that its mission might be fulfilled. 

We hope that adjacent properties will become available soon and that this 
association will be in such a financial position as to be able to go forward and 
prepare for a great future with this property easily accessible without undue 
energy expenditure. 

Our camp consultant has said that we need one acre per camper and we believe 
that 100 acres should be our minimum goal. Our experience here also is that these 



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lake front properties this close to Durham will never again be available at today's 
prices. 

Mr. A.B. Stone, Jr. of our Camp Conmiittee has been negotiating with these 
neighbors for several years. 

More people are now interested in Camp ground happenings than ever before 
and this interest is appreciated. 

We have many small chores that volunteers could help with and wiU be glad to 
help with them. 

With the outstanding committee picked for the coming year we feel that your 
camp is in good hands and will have a great year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
George C. Love, Jr., Chairman 

REPORT OF THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE 

The challenges of Bold Missions Thrust are in fuU swing. Your Evangelism 
Committee has strived and will continue to do so in the future to provide inovative 
witnessing seminars. Your committee will project simultaneous crusades in the 
future and shall encourage every church to participates. 

The 33rd Statewide Evangelism Conference was held in Fayetteville, N.C., 
Cumberland Memorial Auditorium on February 5-6 with over 2,500 pastors and 
guests attending. Yates Baptist Churches were well requested at the N.C. Youth 
Evangelism Conference in Greensboro on August 18,1979 with over 10,000 youth 
and adults attending. 

A Bold Mission Thrust through local church seminars was taught to Yates 
Pastors* Conference by Richard Everett, Associate Director of Evangelism, N.C. 
Baptist State Convention. 

As we continue to minister together under the leadership of our Lord, may 
each church of our association become more involved in our local and foreign fields 
because the fields are ripe for harvest. 

Respectf\illy submitted, 
Julius H. Lee, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

The Youth Advisory Committee of the Yates Association met on selected 
Monday's during 1978-79 to plan periodic events and emphases for the youth of 
our churches. In addition to this time was spent in our meetings sharing the 
problems and victories of our ministries. 

Our major emphasis was placed on the Associational Youth Night, March 17, 
1979. This event was held at Homestead Heights Baptist Church is conjunction 
with Youth Week in the individual churches. Dwaine Coley from Grace Baptist led 
is a time of recreation followed by refreshments and special music provided by 
Deliverance, a Christian band from Cresset Baptist. Dick Milham, from Orlando, 
Florida, brought the evening message. 

In addition to this major event, other efforts were made in the area of 
inter-church fellowship among the youth of our Association. Also the Youth 
Advisory Committee has been working with the Music Council to plan several fall 
events. 

• Respectfully submitted, 

^ Mark Harper, Chairman 



REPORT OF TACMO 



The Associational Church Media Center Organization met four times during 
the year. The officers met in September to plan the following meetings: 

The First meetins: was on November 5, 1978 at Durham Memorial Church.. 
The topic for discussion was "Materials: Selecting, Evaluating, and Weeding" led 
by Mrs. Ethel Crabtree and bibliographies from Ridgecrest were distributed. 
Twenty people representing ten churches were present. 

On March 2 & 3, 1979 a Media Education Workshop was held at Bragg^own 
Baptist Church. John Hack, a church library consultant with the Sunday School 
Board of the Southern Baptist Convention in Nashville, Tennessee conducted the 
Friday night and Saturday sessions. He discussed how to use library materials 
and related equipment in the teaching and learning program of the church. 
Thirty-eight people from fourteen churches attended this excellent workshop. 
Miss Hilda Mayo, Director of the Church Media Centers for the Baptist State 
Convention in Raleigh, came to the opening session. 

Mrs. Thelma George demonstrated the care and repair of books when the 
group met at Park View Church on May 5, 1979. Nineteen people from seven 
churches were present. 

The last meeting was held at First Church on August 4, 1979. Mrs. Ethel 
Crabtree led a discussion on how to classify books after showing a sound filmstrip 
on the Dewey Decimal System. Twelve people representing five churches were 
present. 

Response to this point has been encouraging. It is hoped that more of the 
church library directors will become involved in the TACMO activities during the 
coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
' ; Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree 

REPORT OFfcAUBACH 

A Laubach training workshop was held in January with ten completing the 
course and becoming volunteer tutors. We now have 35 tutors actively working 
with non-readers. Mrs. Mary Whaley has completed all requirements to become a 
tutor trainer. A workshop will be held on October 5 and 6 of this year. Another 
workshop to train volunteers to work with speakers of other languages in learning 
to speak English is being planned for January, 1980. We will be working with 
Durham Technical Institute and Operation Breakthrough in training tutors to 
work with non-readers in their programs. A North Carolina Literacy Council was 
formed in October of last year of which we are a part. This ministry is continuing 
to go forward. 

RespectfuUy submitted, 
Mrs. Mary Whaley, Assistant 

REPORT OF THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE 

A workshop for Venevolent Committee chairmen was conducted at Grey Stone 
Church on June 7, 1979, sponsored by the Community Ministries Committee and 
led by Phil Kimball. The theme of this workshop was coordinating church 
benevolence with community agencies involved in this ministry. 



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In cooperation with Social Services and Volunteer Services, we alerted our 
churches to a program called "Reach Out in Friendship." This program involves 
group care homes that care for from two t« five people who can no longer maintain 
themselves in their own home. Opportunities to render a Christian service to 
these people who are often lonely is available to Sunday School classes, WMU 
groups, and individuals. A detailed list of needs has been sent to Sunday School 
Directors. 

Drug abuse workshops have been held in many of our churches. We encourage 
churches that have not had a workshop to include one on their calendar for the 
coming year. 

We continue to encourage our churches to become involved in the "Adopt a 
Cottage" program at Murdoch Center. The needs there are great and through 
this program we can do much to brighten the lives of those who must life there. 

Other programs that need our continued support are juvenile offenders, 
Laubach literacy, concerns for children (child abuse), alcholics, and the physically 
handicapped. 

Our prayer is that we may lenghten our cords and strenghten our stakes as we 
seek to bring "Bold Missions Thrust" to our community ministries program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
W.W. Sprouse, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE 

Several churches of the association are continuing their Bold Missions project 
in the Delaware and adjacent areas. Other churches are urged to support this 
special Baptist student ministry as opportunities for support develop. 

Work is continuing on the problems of the beginning of a new church in the 
South Chapel Hill-Carrboro suburbs. We are not more cognizant of the magnitude 
of the tasks ahead. Individual church sponorship in this area is belived to be 
inadequate for this project. It is, therefore, recommended that this task be an 
association-wide chaUenge and that the association authorize the formation of a 
new Church Management Group composed of two Baptists in the Chapel Hill Area 
who will commit themselves to being active members of the new church, two 
Baptists from the Durham area, and one Baptist from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro 
area who desires to remain active within his or her own church. These five should 
be designated as trustees of the new work to receive for Yates Association funds, 
authorize the purchase of property as designated by the association and to expend 
funds that are donated. It is not recommended that this project be a Yates 
Association budget item for 1980 but that volunteer donations be made during the 
next 12 months. 

The adoption of this committee report authorizes the formation of this New 
Mission Management group and authorizes appeals to individual churches or ] 
individuals to support this mission through special gifts. It is understood that the ■ 
Director of Missions wiU be an ex-officio member of this official body. The 
committee proposes the following guidelines for this project: 

(1) when a new church has matured, in the opinion of the designated trustees, ; 
goverment of the church shall be by the church for the church; i 

(2) the primary Baptist tent for this mission church is that the church must be 
the church of Jesus Christ made up of regenerated, born again Christmns. 
Ones who have had and continue to have in their own way^ personal 



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experience with the living Christ; 

(3) the second Baptist tenet is that there shall be no ecclesiastical authority to 
tell the local congregation or any individual believer how he should believe; 

(4) the third Baptist tenet is that the Bible is the resource for both belief and 
behavior with the Holy Spirit as teacher. Jeremiah wrote "Faith must be 
written in the fleshy tablets of their heart;" 

(5) the fourth tenet is the competency and/or accountability of the individual 
before God. 

Members of the new congregation are expected to aspire to four basic Baptist 
distinctions. 

(1) The Bible is the guide for belief and behavior. 

(2) Priesthood of believers for themselves and others, and autonomy of the 
local church. 

(3) Religious liberty. 

(4) Believer's baptism is not primarily a form but a commitment of the 
individual to Jesus Christ. Immersion is the best Christian expression of 
regeneration (burial, resurrection, and conversion). 

The New life Baptist Church that came under the Watch Care of the 
association last October no longer exists as a church. Most who were members 
have transferred to other churches in the association. A few have transferred to 
independent churches. It is understood that this was a most helpful Christian 
maturing experience for those who worshipped together in the New Life Church 
Fellowship. The will and purpose of our Lord is not easily comprehended but all 
things work for good for each of us. 

Your prayers and your vocal and monetary support of our committee in our 
Bold Ministires are coveted. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Billy B. Sparrow, Chairman 

REPORT OF THE ORDINATION COMMITTEE 

The Ordination Committee was caUed upon by six churches in 1 978-79 to assist 
in the examination of eight candidates for the ministry. After examination, the 
following candidates were recommended by the Committee to their churches for 
ordination: 

Susan Rogers at the request of Park View Baptist Church on October 12. 
1978. 

Donald J. Christian, Jr. at the request of Calvary Baptist Church on 
November 20. 1978. 

Mike Arges at the request of Park View Baptist Church on December 18, 
1978 

llobert Swanson at the request of Park View Baptist Church on January 8, 
1979. 

Richard McDuffie, Jr. at the request of Hope Valley Baptist Church on 
March 16, 1979 

Ronald Richardson at the request of Cresset Baptist Church on April 23, 
1979 

Phil Wiggins at the request of Bethesda Baptist Church on July 30, 1979. 
Dennis R. Moore at the request of the Westwood Baptist Church on 
August 27, 1979. 



Respectfully submitted, 
67 RusseU Winmier, Chairman 



REPORT OF SENIOR ADULTS 



The Associational Senior Adult group offers a wonderful opportunity for 
Christian fellowship among the senior adult members of the churches of the 
Association. Even though the organization is only a year and a half old (organized 
February, 1978), attendance has increased greatly and many new friendships have 
been made. Many of the churches do not have senior adult groups and the officers 
and members of our group are available to assist in any way possible in organizing 
groups in individual churches. 

The Senior Adults meet once a quarter--the second month of the quarter and 
the second Thursday of the month for a covered-dish luncheon at 11:30 with the 
program following. In November a musical program with all participating was led 
by Mel Luther, Minister of Music, First Baptist Church. In February, the meeting 
was cancelled due to the snow. In May, the meeting was held at the Yates Camp 
Grounds with George Love giving us the history of the Camp and some of the 
plans for the future. This was a first-time visit for many of the group. In august, a 
talent program with several churches participating was led by Hugh O'Shields of 
the Bethesda Baptist Church. 

Several churches had representatives at the three-day Caraway Retreat for 
the Aging in May led by Ted Williams, the new Director of Aging for the N.C. 
State Convention. This was an excellent program and we had an opportunity to 
meet other senior adults from all parts of the State and to learn of their activities. 

One of the high-lights of this year was an Associational Senior Adult group 
sponsorship of a trip in July to the Pennsylvania Dutch Country and a visit to the 
Kutztown Festival. Forty-seven members of thirteen different churches in the 
Association made the four-day trip. Robert Goodwin, Vice-President, was 
coordinator of the trip and everyone had an enjoyable tour. This undertaking was 
very successful and other trips will probably be planned in the future. 

It is felt that the Associational Senior Adult group offers many opportunities 
for participation in adult ministry, particularly of churches that do not have 
groups. It is hoped that many more church groups will be organized and that we 
will be able to minister on a wider basis. The Yates Association group is one of a 
very small number of groups organized on an associational basis. This was one of 
the final dreams of Mr. Hubert Mumford before retiring and we thank him for his 
interest and concern. 

The officers are well pleased with the participation this past year and hope 
more churches will join us in the future. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Floyd Rhodes, Jr., President 

REPORT OF SINGLES OVER 50 

Singles Over 50 continues to reach persons who, are single by choice or by loss 
of a mate. Our average attendance is around 55. We meet the first Saturday 
evening of each month. Occasionally we eat out together. We have cookouts, ice 
cream suppers, covered-dish suppers and have made trips out of town together. 
Times and plans are announced in the Yates Association newsletter. 

Our purpose is to provide feUowship with other Christians. Most church 
programs are built around families. Singles over 50 is designed to meet special 
needs of older singles. 

We hope all the churches will let their members know through their church 



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newsletter or Sunday bulletins about our meetings. 

We invite any Christian single, 50 or over, to visit us on the first Saturday 
evening of the month. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Darlene HarrUl, President 

REPORT OF SINGLES 30-50 

We have just completed a successful year. Our ojective is to respond to the 
social, recreational and intellectual interests of the single Christian. Regular 
meetings are held the second Saturday night of each month with special meetings 
during announced months. Membership is open to persons who are divorced, 
widowed, or never married, male and female. Our activities for the year included 
suppers at Colonial Inn and Acorn Restaurants, Speaker Mrs. Ann Alexandria 
Smith, Single Consultant for the Baptist Sunday School Board, exchange gift 
Christmas party, covered-dish suppers. New Year's eve service at Holloway 
Street and saw the old year out and the new year in at the home of one of our 
members, ski trip to Boone area, Valentine party, cookouts, picnic, homemade ice 
cream and watermelon slicing, spaghetti supper, trip to Williamsburg and Bush 
Gardens. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Bernice D. Eubanks, President 



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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT 





Oct.-Dec. 


Jan.-Aug. 




1978 


1979 


PASH ON HAND* 




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540.34 


66.68 


Video Playback 


45.00 


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0.00 


4,734.12 


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807.00 


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59.26 


64.03 


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0.00 


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0.00 


172.90 



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Salaries: 

Director of Missions 
Administrative Assistant 
Clerk 

Part-time Secretaries 



2,562.00 
1,716.00 
375.00 
1,485.76 



2,292.49 
4,981.36 
0.00 
4,247.17 



Office Expense: 
Rent 

Electricity , 

Water 

Fuel 

Janitor ! 

Miscellaneous 

Telephone ; 

Postage 

Supplies 

Equipment 

Equipment Repairs ; 
Insurance 

Workmen's Compensation 
Directories 



750.00 
78.18 
18.05 
229.33 
70.65 
20.77 
455.69 
870.27 
725.74 
190.64 
52.50 
0.00 
0.00 
0.00 



2,000.00 
170.11 
59.02 
508.00 
267.58 
56.37 
1,000.52 
930.84 
926.89 
1,000.00 
457.40 
- 13.00 
135.00 
0.00 



Other Expenses: 

Director's Travel 

Director's Housing ^ 

Director's Retirement 

Director's Insurance 

Administrative Assistant's Retirement 

Administrative Assistant's Insurance 

Christmas Bonuses 

Social Security: 

Administrative Assistant 

Secretaries 

Camp Superintendent 
Convention and Conference 
Printing 

Service Contracts 
Incidentals 
Prayer Workshop 
Bold Mission Thrust 
Emergency Ministry 

Miscellaneous: 

North Carolina Sales Tax ^ , 

Payroll Taxes 

Mumford Retirement Gift 

Mumford Insurance 

Director Search Committee 

Retirement Banquet 

Renovating Office 

Moving Expense 

World Hunger 



500.02 
699.95 
628.50 
269.62 
327.00 
0.00 
400.00 

110.46 
97.93 
41.43 
0.00 
10.41 
59.00 
157.69 
0.00 
0.00 
90.91 



164.57 
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502.40 
1,041.84 
549.62 
365.75 
436.00 
61.04 
0.00 

305.30 
260.85 
110.37 
207.00 
836.29 
66.00 
270.89 

- 69.00 
69.60 

- 89.91 



268.74 
- 83.52 
4,734.12 
548.11 
1,355.34 
1,000.00 
1,623.55 
4,710.79 
1,765.13 



Total Disbursements 



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$24,149.59 $50,547.47 



Cash on Hand — General Fund — August 31, 1979 $14,795.40 
Cash on Hand — Contigency Fund — August 31, 1979 1,675.78 



TOTAL CASH ON HAND - AUGUST 31, 1979 $16,471.18 



REPORT OF THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE 



The Nominations Committee wishes to place the following nomination 
for officers of our Association: 



Moderator Talmadge H. Lassiter 477-4230 

3749 Hermine St., Durham 27705 

Vice Moderator Rev. Gerald C. Goodwin 596-7350 

2703 Holloway Street, Durham 27703 

Clerk John M. Deeds 682-6069 

1804 Glendale Avenue, Durham 27701 

Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

Route 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill 27514 

Auditor Frank D. Nelson 383-7137 

447 Continental Drive, Durham 27712 

Parhamentarian . . . ■ Bruce Little 596-7750 

3707 Esther Drive, Durham 27703 



Respectfully submitted, 

Mrs. Darlene Harrill, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE 

The committee recommends the following host churches and speakers 
for the annual associational meetings of 1979: 



HOST CHURCHES 

Monday Evening, October 27 Carrboro Baptist Church 

N. Greensboro Street, Carrboro 

Tuesday Morning, October 28 Guess Road Baptist Church 

(with lunch) 3102 Guess Road 

(Lunch provided by churches in Group I) 

Tuesday Evening, October 28 Westwood Baptist Church 

2031 W. Club Blvd. 



ANNUAL SERMON 



Preacher Rev. Gerald C. Goodwin 

Pastor, Durham Memorial Baptist Church 

Alternate Rev. Donald Brown 

Pastor, Cedar Fork Baptist Church 

Respectfully submitted, 

Nannie Mae Herndon, Chairman 



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PAID EMPLOYEES : ^ ? 

Director Dr. D. Wade Armstrong 

4305 Berini Drive 27705 

Administrative Assistant Mrs. Ralph L. Bassett 489-4951 

Route 7, Box 274-A, Durham 27707 

Secretary Mrs. Dallas Norris 477-5551 

4306 David Street, Durham 27704 

Camp Caretaker Mrs. George Funderburk 596-6689 

Route 6, Box 181-A, Durham 27703 

Associational Office 489-3396 

2821 Chapel Hill Road, Durham, N.C. 27707 

SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS 

General Director Rev. J. Harold Craig 688-7397 

807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 

Young Adult Director Rev. Robert L. Phillips, Jr. 544-1888 

4430 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27712 

Adult Director Rev. Russell Cawthon 688-7308 

414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 

Youth Director Wallace Fowler 286-2281 

P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 

Children's Directors: 

Younger Children Mrs. Janet Whitaker 929-9626 

P. a Box 156, Carraboro 27510 

Middle Children Miss Dubba Kay Hughes 489-2309 

2819 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 27707 

Older Children Mrs. J. E. O'Briant 596-5236 

2017 Eastwood Drive, Durham 27703 

Preschool Director Mrs. W. B. Harrill 596-3031 

420 Idlewood St., Durham 27703 

CHURCH TRAINING OFFICERS 

Director H. Brevard Brown 471-3712 

122 Argonne Dr., Durham 27704 

Adult Director J. T. Craig 688-0635 

400 Green St., Durham 27701 

Youth Director Rev. Steve Paschall 383-4545 

Route 1, Box 267-A, Durham 27705 

Children's Director Mrs. Lawrence Green 596-8092 

3537 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 
Preschool Director 



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WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 



Director Mrs. Bryce B. Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham 27705 

Assistant Director Mrs. Dorothy Hicks 596-7232 

1308 Ed Cook Rd., Durham 27703 

Secretary /Treasurer Miss Peggy Clayton 477-3653 

2715 Carver St. Ext., Durham 27705 

Program Director Mrs. J. Edwin Couch 544-7014 

Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 

Mission Action Director Mrs. Vernon Early 489-7902 

4001 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

Historian Miss Rudell Garrard 477-0551 

1306-H Leon St., Durham 27704 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. W. S. Kyle 942-1032 

104 Cedar St., Chapel Hill 27514 

Assistant B. W. Director Mrs. E. E. Robertson 489-1521 

1505 Blount St., Durham 27707 

BYW Director Mrs. Merle Edmonds 596-5278 

716 Lynn Rd., Durham 27703 
Assistant BYW Director 

Acteens Director Miss Kathy Clark 596-5255 

132 Pleasant Drive Ext., Durham 27703 
Assistant Acteens Director 

Girls In Action Director Mrs. Gary Rigsbee 489-7636 

3132 Dixon Rd., Durham 27707 
Assistant GA Director 

Missions Friends Director Mrs. Earl Smith 471-4391 

8206 Lowell Valley Dr., Bahama 
Assistant M. F. Director 

Group I Leader 

Group II Leader , Mrs. John A. Oldham 942-5305 

Route 7, Box 571-A, Chapel Hill 

Group III Leader Mrs. W. D. Hudson 596-3875 

808 Lindley Dr., Durham 27703 

Group IV Leader Mrs. J. C. Jester 544-1813 

1824 Jester Rd., Durham 27705 

Chorister Mrs. Carlton O. Couch 383-2208 

4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 

Pianist Mrs. Phillip Hartung 489-3809 

228 Landsbury Dr., Durham 27707 



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1979-80 MUSIC COUNCIL 



Chairman E. Hugh O'Shields, Bethesda Church 

1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27713 
' (Church) 596-2441 (Home) 596-7381 

Committee: Herbert Gray, Sharyn Oakley, Mel T. Luther, Wiley Oakley, 
Janet Whitaker, Shelby Mathews, Jean Howerton, Mike Threadgill, 
Larry Dickens, Ray Alderson 

Each member of the council will serve as an area chairman. The area 
assignments are as follows: 

AREA I 

Herbert Gray, Chairman Gorman (ch) 688-3947 

3307 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Sharyn Oakley, Chairman Plainview 544-3847 

4214-A S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 

Mrs. Lenny W. Weaver Fieldcrest 682-4083 

3607 Wishart St., Durham 27704 

Michael Bennett Faith 688-8400 

4624 Jimmy Rogers Rd., Durham 27703 

Bruce Benton Braggtown 489-4910 

5523 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

: AREA II 

Mel T. Luther, Chairman First (ch) 688-7308 

414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 

Bill Graham Park View 477-2957 

1419 Hudson St., Durham 27704 

E. FrankUn Bentel, Interim Grace (ch) 688-6765 

1004 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 

Joseph H. McGugan HoUoway Street 477-6327 

2531 Fairlawn Rd., Durham 27705 

J. Harold Craig Temple (ch) 688-7397 

807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 

AREA III 

Wiley Oakley, Chairman Ridgecrest (ch) 477-5426 

116 Massey Rd., Durham 27712 

A. M. Hall, Jr Red Mountain 477-3774 

Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama 27503 

Philip Whitt Guess Road (ch) 477-4893 

3102 Guess Rd., Durham 27705 

Miss Rose Pleasant Rose of Sharon (ch) 477-4893 

P. O. box 2161 SEBTS, Wake Forest 27587 

Greg Price Homestead Heights 471-2610 

200 Seven Oaks Rd., Apt. 26-F, Durham 



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AREA IV 



Janet Whitaker Carrboro (ch) 967-3056 

P. O. Box 156, Carrboro 27510 

Shelby Mathews, Chairman Cresset (ch) 489-2655 

3707 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

Dean Johnson University (ch) 942-2157 

P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. J. F. Merritt Mount Carmel 933-6610 

1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill 27514 

Mrs. Bill Kilpatrick Mount Gilead 929-6535 

Rt. 7, Box 30, Chapel Hill 27514 

Ephesus 489-4483 

Route 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

Mrs. Linwood Crabtree Mount Moriah 489-5853 

Route 7, Box 186, Durham 27707 

/ AREA V 

Jean Howerton, Chairman Durham Memorial 688-4064 

1910 Essex Rd., Durham 27704 

Don Foust Cheek Heights 596-8379 

1214 Horseshoe Rd., Durham 27703 

John Laverty Angier Avenue (ch) 596-6430 

Box 11296, Durham 27703 

Norman Stallings Oliver Branch 596-7433 

2515 Rolling Pines Rd., Durham 27703 

David Phipps Edgemont 688-2145 

1408 Shawnee St., Durham 27701 

AREA VI 

Sharyn Oakley, Chairman 

John Daugherty Parkwood 833-3731 

2824 Barmettler, Raleigh 27607 

Roy Melton Lowe's Grove (ch) 544-1888 

4430 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 

Mrs. Mack L. Vickers Berea 544-1464 

Rt. 3, Box 116, Duraham 27713 

Trinity 596-6407 

2123 So Hi Dr., Durham 27703 

AREA VII 

Mike Threadgill Grey Stone (ch) 286-2281 

1101 Iredell St., Durham 27705 

Larry Dickens, Chairman Yates (ch) 489-2309 

2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 



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Mike McKeown Iramanuel (ch) 383-1422 

3573 Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 

John Mayfield Westwood 383-4519 

3115 LaSalle St., Apt. 15-5, Durham 27705 

Mrs. C. O. Couch Mount Hermon 383-2208 

4813 West Hills Dr., Durham 27705 

Kenneth Harrell Watt« Street (ch) 688-1366 

Box 3057, Durham 27705 

Jeff Rogers Lakewood 489-1951 

Rt. 7, Box 287, Durham 27707 

AREA VIII 



Ray Alderson, Chairman Calvary 596-2592 

6002 Baird, Durham 27705 

Hugh O'Shields, Chairman Bethesda 596-2441 

1914 S. Miami Blvd, Durham 27703 

Mrs. Don Mitchell Page Road 596-4618 

1902 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Don Brown Cedar Fork 544-18244 

Route 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 

Ms. Beth R. Hunnicutt Mount Pisgah 832-4549 

995 St. Mary's St., Raleigh 27605 

Mrs. Eustace Horton Bells 362-6709 

Rt. 3, Apex 27502 



CHURCH MEDIA CENTER - LIBRARY OFFICERS 



President 

Vice-President 

Media Education Director 

Technical Processes Consultant 

Program Chairman 

Secretary 



. . Mrs. B. Wilson Crabtree 477-4521 
Rt. 1, Box 347-A, Bahama 27503 

Mrs. Ray Corn 477-2987 

231 Latta Rd., Durham 27712 

Miss Sheila Durham 682-7824 

1213 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Ralph Clements 477-3484 

P. O. Box 135, Bahama 27503 
. . . Mrs. W. Alvis Crabtree 477-4660 
205 Midland Rd., Durham 27712 

Mrs. W. C. Ellis 477-4300 

4904 Lackhaven Dr., Durham 27712 



BROTHERHOOD COUNCIL 

Director J. Edwin Couch544-7014 

Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 

R. A. Director Bryce Bates 383-3197 

4501 Myers Park Dr., Durham 27705 



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Council: 

Jim Barringer. . . . . . . . . 5808 Lake Elton Rd., Durham 27713 544-2314 

Ted Barbour, 4915 Mandel Rd., Durham 27705 471-3719 

Bonnie Meeks 2314 Overland Dr., Durham 27704 688-718S 

Robert Middour, 12 S. Circle Dr., Chapel Hill 27514 929-9040 
Don Mitchell 1902 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 596-461^ 



1979-80 COMMITTEES 



ANNUAL MEETING 

1981 - Rev. James West, Chairman church 596-2592 

1204 Lynn Road, Durham 27702 
1980 - Rev. Jack Mansfield church 967-3056 

1982 - Rev. Ernest Holt church 477-4892 

3102 Guess Road, Durham 2770S 

CALENDAR 

1980 - Mrs. Vernon Weaver, Chairman 489-392£ 

3807 University Dr., Durham 2770'] 

1981 - Mrs. J. Edwin Couch 544-701^ 

Route 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 

1982 - Mrs. Halhe McGhee 489-2471 

3328 Chapel Hill Road, Durham 2770^ 

CAMP 

1980 - Rev. Hubert S. Mumford, Chairman 682-246{ 

1108 Raynor St., Durham 27702 

1981 - J. E. Booth 544-2247 

Route 3, Box 240, Durham 27712 

1981 - Rev. Richard Davis 477-7497 

2500 Acadia St., Durham 27704 

1981 - A. B. Stone, Jr 489-6432 

2700 Bexley Ave., Durham 27707 

1982 - Fred Albert 732-7081 

Route 4, Box 508-H, Hillsborough 27278 

1982 - Carpenter Mangum 286-2394 J 

2115 Englewood Ave., Durham 2770M 

1982 - Ike F. Rowland 596-558r 

204 Raynor St., Durham 27703 

Director - George W. Ray 596-7304 

Route 6, Box 321, Durham 27703 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES 

1981 - W. W. Sprouse, Chairman 477-2911 

504 Fairfield Rd., Durham 277041 

1980 - Burke Hobgood 477-6862 

207 W. Murray Ave., Durham 27704 

1980 - Bruce Little 596-7750 

3707 Esther Dr., Durham 27703 

1980 - Rev. Elmo Whitaker 688-2048 

1706 Avondale Dr., Durham 27701 



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1981 - Mrs. George Atwater 544-1416 

Route 3, Box 277, Durahm 27713 

1981 - Rev. Carl Herweyer church 477-6440 

P. O. Box 15022, Durham 27704 

1982 - Mrs. L. D. Harward, Sr 477-5743 

2104 N. Duke St., Durham 27704 

1982 - Mrs. Edna Leathers 596-5144 

303 S. Briggs Ave., Durham 27703 

1982 - Mrs. Robert L. PhilHps, Jr 544-2766 

4424 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 

CONSTITUTION 

1980 - Mrs. Helen Cash, Chairman 477-4453 

2614 Kirk Rd, Durham 27705 

1981 - Ike Breedlove, Jr 383-2641 

3224 Samoa Ct., Durham 27705 

1982 - Rev. Russell Wimmer church 383-1422 

3573 Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 

DEACONS 

1981 - Rev. John Carlton, Chairman 556-4791 

P. O. Box 1027, Wake Forest 27587 

1980 - Mrs. Royce Jeffries 477-2332 

3704 Hermine St., Durham 27705 

1980 - John Lloyd 477-5975 

4909 Heritage Dr., Durham 27712 

1982 - Mrs. W. E. Rice 596-6134 

Route 6, Box 507, Durham 27703 

1982 - James Thompson 471-3659 

1419 Bramble Dr., Durham 27712 

EVANGELISM 

1981 - Rev. Carl Garner, Chairman church 477-5426 

116 Massey Rd., Durham 27712 

1980 - Thomas C. King 477-6936 

520 Bywood Dr., Durham 27712 

1980 - Rev. R. Vincent Young church 596-2441 

1914 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 

1981 - Rev. Emory McMillan Bare church 286-1593 

2031 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 

1982 - Rev. Charles Harris church 688-7308 

414 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 

FINANCE 

1981 - Don Christian, Chairman 596-6862 

1980 - Wade Green 596-2385 

447 Princess Ann Dr., Durham 27703 

1980 - Gerald D. McLeroy 477-4785 

737 Donlee Dr., Durham 27705 

1981 - Doyle Griffin 383-5016 

4700 Rivermont Rd., Durham 27712 



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1982 - John H. Clayton 489-9514 

1208 Evans Dr., Durham 27705 

1982 - Mrs. James Murphy 544-3966 

Route 3, Box 276-A, Durham 27713 

Treasurer - Mrs. W. A. Godwin 383-4244 

. Route 2, Chapel, Hill 27514 

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT 

1981 - Billy Garrett, Chairman 477-3058 

2304 Barrymore Ave., Durham 27705 

1980 - Vance Fisher 596-6160 

P. O. Box 11068, Durham 27703 

1980 - Doug Porterfield 596-2055 

3128 Gibson Rd., Durham 27703 

1982 - Mrs. A. J. Frankensteen 383-2791 

3703 Knollwood Dr., Durham 27712 

1982 - Roger Upchurch 383-4253 

3206 Sprunt Ave., Durham 27705 

INTER-FAITH WITNESS 

1981 - Mrs. E. E. Robertson 489-1521 

1505 Blount St., Durham 27707 
1980 - Rev. John Freeman 682-7154 

1436 Acadia St., Durham 27701 

1980 - Rev. Crate Jones church 596-6430 

P. O. Box 11296, Durham 27703 

1982 - Mrs. Bilhe Garris 477-3286 

227 Chateau Rd., Durham 27704 

1982 - Rev. Robert McClernon church 688-1366 

P. O. Box 3057, Durham 27705 

MISSIONS 

1980 - Billy B. Sparrow, Chairman 942-4025 

100 Chase Ave., Chapel Hill 27514 

1981 - Dr. Thomas Downing, Jr church 942-2157 

P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 

1981 - Jack Moody 732-3355 

Route 4, Box 474, Hillsborough 27278 

1981 - Rev. Anthony Oakley church 596-3968 

Route 4, Box 327, Durham 27703 

1982 - Mrs. Thad Ashley 477-5659 

2612 N. Roxboro Rd., Durham 27704 

1982 - Mrs. Fred Lipe 596-6523 

3915 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 27703 

1982 - Rev. Richard Shaw church 682-2591 

Route 5, Box 688, Durham 27704 

NOMINATIONS 

1980 - Rev. James Murphy, Chairman church 493-1809 

6900 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 



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1980 - Travis Clements 383-1218 

3205 Sprunt St., Durham 27705 

1981 - Mrs. D. Timothy Jones 477-6341 

521 Parkview Dr., Durham 27712 

1981 - Alan Rigsbee 471-2467 

4813 Heritage Dr., Durham 27705 

1982 - Mr. Dwight Ferrell 477-0204 

Route 5, Box 66, Durham 27704 

1982 - Rev. Norman Gossett church 682-3251 

1003 E. Main St., Durham 27701 

1982 - Miss Nannie Mae Herndon 544-1859 

Route 3, Box 154, Durham 27713 

ORDINATIONS 

1980 - Rev. David G. Moore, Chairman church 544-1347 

1515 Clermont Rd., Durham 27713 

1980 - Rev. Ned Mathews church 489-2655 

3707 Garrett Rd., Durham 27707 

1981 - Rev. Don Brown 544-1824 

Route 1, Box 229, Morrisville 27560 

1981 - Rev. Ronald Crumbie church 489-2309 

2819 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

1982 - Rev. Billy Lyncy church 682-1248 

1815 Glenn School Rd., Durham 27704 



PLACE AND PREACHER 

1980 - J. Linwood Tew, Chairman 
706 Frazier St., Durham 27704 

1981 - Rev. Everett Smith 

1982 - Mrs. Robert Thornton 



477-4617 

church 489-2537 

2100 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

477-8075 

Route 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 



RADIO AND TELEVISION 

1980 - William R. Murray, Jr., Chairman 286-1389 

1981 - Freeman Beard 477-1606 

1982 - Rev. JuHan Motley church 688-3947 

3315 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

RESOLUTIONS 

1981 - Mrs. A. Clyde Ferrell, Chairman 383-1333 

P. O. Box 77, Durham 27702 

1980 - Mrs. S. E. Dennis 383-1117 

P. O. Box 2743, Durham 27705 

1982 - Mrs. J. Cecil Howard 489-2107 

1408 James St., Durham 27707 

STUDENT 

1980 - Rev. Steve Paschall, Chairman church 688-7397 

807 W. Chapel Hill St., Durham 27701 



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1981 - Mrs. Richard Beard 286-9284 

2011 Wobdrow St., Durham 27705 

1981 - Robert Donahoo church 688-7308 

411 Cleveland St., Durham 27701 

1981 - Keith Taylor 471-1322 

Route 1, Box 117-X, Bahama 27503 

1982 - Mrs. Sandy Neely 596-9201 

P. O. Box 8634, Durham 27707 

1982 - Rev. Wiley Oakley church 477-3993 

116 Massey Rd., Durham 27712 

1982 - Mrs. Rudolph A. Stock 489-5712 

2505 Nation Ave., Durham 27707 

Ex-Officio - Rev. F. Joseph Clontz (UNC) 242-4266 

203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill 27514 

Ex-Officio - Mrs. Velma Ferrell (Duke) 286-4513 

P. O. Box 4351 DS, Durham 27706 

TRUSTEES 

1980 - W. J. Peters, Chairman 471-2398 

607 Candlewood Place, Durham 27704 

1981 - Cary Cole 489-2762 

3215 Cromwell Rd., Durham 27705 

1982 - Stewart A. Wallace 489-7360 

614 Brookwood Dr., Durham 27707 

YOUTH ADVISORY 

1980 - Phil Whitt, Chairman church 477-4893 

3102 Guess Rd., Durham 27705 

1980 - Dwaine Coley church 688-6765 

1004 N. Mangum St., Durham 27701 

1980 - Jeff Page church 286-2281 

P. O. Box 2686, Durham 27705 

1981 -Miss Bonnie Doughtie church 596-7350 

2703 Holloway St., Durham 27703 

1981 - Miss Judy King church 688-4711 

1415 Holloway St., Durham 27703 

1982 - Danny Blanton 477-5663 

1435 Newcastle Rd., Durham 27704 

1982 - Stephen Mabie 967-2867 

P. O. Box 3033, Chapel Hill 27514 



SINGLES 30-50 OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Bernice Euganks 489-0302 

3115 Dixon Road, Durham 27707 

Vice President and Program Chairman Miss Sheila Durham 

1213 Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 682-7824 

Secretary and Treasurer .Ms. Dorothy Hicks 596-7232 

1308 Ed Cook Rd., Durham 27703 



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Outreach Chairperson 



Richard Stalhngs 544-3818 

1406 Carpenter Fletcher Rd., Durham 27713 



SINGLES OVER 50 OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Darlene Harrill 596-3031 

420 Idlewood St., Durham 27703 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. Hallie McGhee 489-2471 

3328 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham 27707 

Program Chairman Mrs. Ruth Randolph 596-2695 

2642 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 



SENIOR ADULT OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Floyd Rhodes 489-3509 

3305 Dixon Rd., Durham 27707 

First Vice President Mrs. J. W. Dixon 688-6105 

1015 Park Ave., Durham 27701 
Second Vice President and Program Chairman .... Mr. Robert Goodwin 

1810 Bethesda Ave., Durham 27703 596-3366 

Secretary Mrs. R. T. Strange 688-6088 

2807 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 

Treasurer Mrs. L. L. Husketh 383-4633 

3849 Shoccorree Dr., Durham 27705 



REPORT OF CHURCH TRAINING 

Progress is being made in Church Training. New Equipping Center 
programs are now out from the Convention. These are short-term programs 
for adults. Representatives from some of the churches met to discuss a few 
of these programs. 

An Associational team had opportunity to meet with one of the churches 
to share ideas concerning Church Training. Representatives are available 
to assist any of the churches which would like assistance with current 
programs of help in starting up a Church Training program. 

A highlight of the year was accomplished by Angela Thomas of Durham 
Memorial Church. She was a state winner in the Children's Memory Work 
Bible Drill. Bible drilling is an activity which needs more Associational 
participation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Brevard Brown, Director 



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REPORT OF THE WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 



During the past year our Associational W.M.U. has emphasized the 
theme "If It is to Be, It's Up to Me." The Council has tried to help the women 
of our churches to learn the "how to" methods to fulfill this emphasis and 
then provide them with opportunities for carrying out the theme. 

"How to" was learned at the Key Leadership Conference and our 
Leadership Workshop when 150 women completed their manual study. 
Opportunity for worship was provided by observing Baptist Women's Day 
of Prayer with the Black women of Durham. Oppoortunities of involvement 
were provided through participation in the W.M.U. state-wide Central 
Women's Prison ministry at Christmas, visits to Murdoch Center and 
providing staples for the Associational food pantry. ' 

Each age-level of our organization held events for leaders and members. 
These included Baptist Women's Year in the Church Banquet, Baptist 
Young Women style show, and Acteens - G.A. track meet. 

Two major events were the highlight of the year. Our Annual Meeting in : 
April was an inspiration and challenge to each of us as Dubba Kay Hughes, 
Home Missionary Lawrence Baldridge, and Foreign Missionary William 
McElrath interpreted our theme. In June we held a special missions 
banquet where we shared fellowship and information on mission work and 
study. 

Your Associational W.M.U. Council expecially needs your prayers for 
the immediate future as we seek to find missions-loving women to serve in 
several of our age-level offices. These vacancies need to be filled so that we 
will be a complete unit and as such we will be able to guide the women of 
Yates Association to find their place in God's plan as they learn the true 
meaning of "If It is to Be, It's Up to Me." 



Respectfully submitted, 
Mrs. Bryce B. Bates, Director 



BUDGET 1980 



Base 
Budget 



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I. Fellow^ship, Missions, and Evangelism 

101 Associate Intern Pastorships 

102 Evangelism 

103 Mission Vacation Bible Schools 

104 Baptist Student Union 

105 Deacon and Wives Retreat 

106 Pastor and Wives Retreats 

107 Annual Meeting 

108 Bold Mission Thrust 

109 Missions Committee 

110 Stewardship Committee 

111 Literacy Committee < 

112 Contact Teleministry 

113 Inter-Faith Witness 



$9,755 



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100 
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500 
500 

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114 


Research Triangle Missions Committee 


50 


50 


115 


Singles Over 50 


200 


200 


116 


Singles 30-50 


200 


200 


117 


Senior Adults 


100 


100 


118 


Community Ministries 


300 


300 


119 


Radio and Television Committee 


50 


50 


120 


Director's Retirement 


3,200 


3,200 


121 


Administrative Assistant's Retirement 


725 


725 


122 


Christmas Bonuses (2% 


1,045 


1,045 


123 


Bold Budget Building Banquet 


500 


500 


PERSONNEL 






201 


Director of Missions 


11,154 


11,154 


202 


Administrative Assistant 


8,219 


8,219 


203 


Clerk 


444 


444 


204 


Part-time Secretaries 


7,548 


7,548 


205 


Director of Foundation 


600 


600 


206 


Director of Camp 


3,177 


3,177 


207 


Janitor 


527 


527 


ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 






301 


Library and Visual Aids (TACMO) 


700 


700 


302 


Youth Council 


700 


700 


303 


Ministers' Conference 


150 


150 


304 


Sunday School 


500 


2,000 


304 


Church Training 


200 


200 


306 


Women's Missionary Union 


1,315 


1,315 


307 


Brotherhood 


735 


735 


308 


Music 


700 


700 


309 


Convention and Conferences 


2,000 


2,000 


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401 


Director's Travel 


3,100 


3,100 


402 


Utilities 


4,100 


4,100 


403 


Contingency 


1,000 


1,000 


404 


Equipment and Repairs 


1,300 


1,300 


405 


Insurance 


200 


200 


406 


Workmen's Compensation 


200 


200 


407 


Director's Life and Accident Insurance 


1,989 


1,989 


408 


Adm. Asst.'s Disability and Life Ins. 


82 


82 


409 


Social Security 


1,170 


1,170 


410 


Director's Medical Insurance 


1,157 


1,157 


411 


Promotion and Study 


1,000 


1,000 


412 


Printing 


1,325 


1,325 


413 


Postage 


3,200 


3,200 


414 


Director's Housing 


8,400 


8,400 


415 


Director's Utilities 


2,600 


2,600 


416 


Directory 


76 


76 


417 


Service Contracts 


1,416 


1,416 


418 


Supplies 


2,500 


2,500 


419 


Annuity 


400 


400 



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502 Camp Maintenance o non 

503 Camp Insurance ^'^^^ 

504 Camp Equipment o ^nn 

505 Baptist Office Building ' q 



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601 New Work Fund 

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Table A Church Membership Year Ending October 31, 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

State of North Carolina 

John M. Deeds, Associationol Clerk 

1804 Giendole Ave., Durham, NC 27701 


Churches | Pastors And Addresses 


Everette J. Smith, 1923 Ward St., Durham, NC 27707 
Robert L. Phillips, Jr, 4424 S. Alston Ave, Durham, 27713 
Robert Tyson, Rt. 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
Lorry Bynum Wilson, Rt. 7, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
None 


None 

Robert D. Weatherly, Rt. 7, Box 182, Durham, NC 27707 

James Crocker, Rt. 3, Apex, NC 27502 

None 

Anthony Oakley, 2110 S, Miami Blvd., Durham, NC 27703 


Richard T. Davis, 703 Newsome St., Durham, NC 27704 
David G. Moore, Sr., 102 Montclair Cr., Durham, 27713 
Richard G. Shaw, Rt. 5, Box 688, Durham, NC 27704 
Tommy Jordan, Box 103, Rougemont, NC 27572 
Carl K. Garner, 104 Massey Rd., Durham, NC 27712 


Julius H. Lee, 4109 Guess Rd., Durham, NC 27712 
M. Clay Warf, 3748 Hermine St., Durham, NC 27705 
None 

Thomas W. Downing, Box 508, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 


Emory M. Bare, 3011 Giendole Ave., Durham, NC 27704 
C. Ronald Combie, 227 Monticello Ave., Durham 27707 

TOTALS 


Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gileod 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Morioh 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Rood 


Park View 
Parkwood 

Plainview - 
Red Mountain 
Rrdaecrest 


Rose Of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
1 Watts Street 


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Table B Sunday School Year Ending October 31, 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Johnny E. Ross, Associotional Sunday School Director 
Rt. 7, Box 38, Chapel Hill , NC 27514 


Sunday School Directors & Addresses 


Emmett Ward, 2905 Welcome Dr., Durham 27705 
J, Frank Shipp, 3934 S. Alston Ave., Durham 27713 
John A. Oldham, Rt. 7, Box571-A, Chapel Hill 
Bob Spaugh, Rt. 7, Box 259, Chapel Hill, 27514 
Melvin Clark, Rt. 4, Box 202-B, Pittsboro 27312 


Marvin Couch, 5325 Old Hillsborough Rd, Durham 
Warren Watkins, 3518 Randolph Rd., Durham 27705 
J.E. Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham, NC 27713 
H.P. Wallace, 1009 Stallings Rd., Durham 27703 
Gene Stinnett, 628 Lynn Rd., Durham, NC 27703 


Raymond Lester, 123 Chateau Dr., Durham 27704 
Jim Bloke, 1607 Euclid Rd., Durham, NC 27713 

James Horton, Rt. 2, Rougemont, NC 27572 
Donald McFarland, 5114 Kenwood Rd., Durham 


Boyd Browning, 3125 Rose of Shoron Rd., Durham 
Barney H. West, 2209 Universil-y Dr., Durham 27707 
Robert Woody, 1909 Leonard St., Durham 27703 

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Walter Eakes, 1210 Carolina Ave., Durham 27705 
John Harris, 3512 Manford Dr., Durham 27707 

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Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgoh 
Olive Branch 
Page Rood 


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Parkwood 
Ploinview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


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Temple 
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School Year Ending October 31, 1979 
CIATION 

iatlonal Sunday School Director 
Hill, NC 27514 


Sunday School Directors & Addresses 


D.T. Jones, 521 Parkview Dr., Durham, NC 27712 
Gerald Howard, Box 444, Apex, NC 27502 
D.C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham, NC 27713 
Lunsford Williams, 4424 Angier Ave . , Durham 27705 
Sterling Holloway, 1826 Chondellay Dr, Durham 


Kenneth Tew, Long St., Durham, NC 27703 
Leonard Cheek, 106 Lilac Dr., Corrboro, NC 27510 
W.R. Beosley, Rt. 1, Morrisville, NC 27560 
C.H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd, Durham, 27704 


Jock Martin, 910 Lorain Ave., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Mark Hicks, 404 Chamberlin Ave, Durhom 
Roy Wiikins, 2225 Charlotte St., Durham, 27705 
David Latta, 2715 Beck Rd., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Arnold Capps, 3523 Soyward Dr., Durham 2770/1 


Lee Roy Capps, 2563 Burton Rd., Durham, NC 27704 
James Belcher, 3637 Westminster Ave, Durham, NC 
R.J. Thornton, Rt. 1, Box 13, Bahama, NC 27503 
Gary Sechler, 2004 Snow Valley Rd., Durham 27712 
E.B. Honeycutt, 1009 Docian Ave., Durham 27701 


I.J. Mangum, 1406 Barliff PI . , Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Darlene Harrill, 420 Idlewood St., Durham 
Fred Jackson, 2519 Foirlawn Rd., Durham, NC 27705 
Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266B, Durham, NC 27713 
Dan deRoeck, 5309 Fairooks Rd., Durham 27712 




Table B Sunday 

YATES BAPTIST ASSO' 
State of North Corolin 
Johnny E. Ross, Assoc 
Rt. 7, Box 38, Chapel 


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EcJgemont 
Ephesus 


Faith 
Fieldcrest 
Gormon 
Grace 
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Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
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Table C OlUrch Training Year Ending October 31, 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Brevard Brown, Associational Church Training Director 
122 Argonne Dr., Durham, NC 27704 


Church Training Directors & Addresses 


None 

None , 
None 

Eugene Floyd, 4607 Hollomon Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
None 


Steven L. Christian, 129 Pleasant Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
None 

Mrs. Junus Sanders, Rt. 1, Box 290, Morrisville, NC 27560 

None 

None 


Breverd Brown, 122 Argonne Dr., Durham, NC 27704 

Rev. Charles Johnson, 2721 Holloway St., Durham, NC 27703 

Tommy Riley, Rt. 2, Box 525-A, Durham, NC 27705 

Miss Janet Morris, 1304 E. Main St., Durham, NC 27703 

None 


None 
None 

W.H. Sparrow, 3320 Clark Rd., Durham, NC 27704 
None 

J. Wallace Fowler, 38-A Colonial Apt., Durham, NC 27707 


None 

Miss Rebecca High, 1618 N. Duke St., Durham, NC 27701 
None 

Mrs. Tom Hall, 1028 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd., Durham, NC 27713 
None 


Churches 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Broggtown 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Durham First 
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Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
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)CIATION 
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rham, NC 27704 


Church Training Directors & Addresses 


None 

Ronald Mitchell, Rt. 4, Box 51, Durham, NC 27713 

None 

None . 

None 


None . ; , : V 

None ' 

None 

None 

Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Ave., Durham, NC 27703 


Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., Durham, NC 27704 

Rev. David Moore, Sr., 102 Montclair Cr., Durham, NC 27713 

None 

Ronnie Huff, Rt. 1, Rougemont, NC 27572 
None 


None 
None 

William Nichols, Leesville Rd., Durham, NC 27705 
None 


None 
None 

TOTALS 




YATES BAPTIST ASSC 
State Of North Carol 
Brevord Brown, Assoc 
122 Argonne Dr., Du 


Churches 


Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mounr Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 


Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


Rose Of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 


Westwood 
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Table D Church Music Year Ending October 31 , 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

E. Hugh O'Shields, Associational Music Director 
2403 Azalea Dr., Durham, NC 27703 


Music Directors & Addresses 


JohnT. Laverty, 1508 Sycamore St., Durham, NC 27707 
Mrs. Betty Campbell, Box 2264 SEBT5, Wake Forest, NC 27587 
D.C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham, NC 27713 
Hugh O'Shields, 2403 Azalea Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
Bruce Benton, 5523 Garrett Rd., Durham, NC 27707 


Rev. Roy D. Alderson, 6002 Baird St., Durham, NC 27712 
Mrs. Phillip Whitaker, 100 Melba Circle, Carrboro, NC 27510 
Mrs. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisville, NC 27560 
Donald Foust, 1214 Horsehoe Rd., Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. Ned Mat+iews, 2909 Gretmor Dr., Durham NC 27705 


Mel T. Luther, 204 Chateau Rd., Durham, NC 27704 

Mrs. Fred Howerton, 2717 Holloway St., Durham, NC 27703 

Mrs. Stephen Mabie, 5606 Old Hillsborough St., Durham, 27705 

David Phipps, 1802 Chandellay Dr., Durham, NC 27705 

Mrs. Norman Tingen, Rt. 6, Box 116, Chapel Hill, NC 


Mike Bennett, 3321 Cheek Rd., Durham, NC 27704 

Mrs. Dorothy Byrd, 3403 Summerlin Rd., Durham, NC 27704 

Herbert B. Gray, 3307 E. Geer St., Durham, NC 27704 

Michel D. Threadgill, 200 Seven Oaks Dr., Durham, MC 27704 


Rev. Phil Whitt, 2638 Kirk Rd., Durham, NC 27705 

Joseph McGugan, 2531 Fairlawn Rd., Durham, NC 27704 

Greg Price, 200 Seven Oaks Rd. Apt 26-F, Durham, NC 27794 

Toby Frost, 6900 Garrett Rd., Durham, NC 27707 

Mike McKeown, Box 2175, Southeastern Seminary, Wake Forest 




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Edgemont 
Ephesus 


Faith 
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Grace 
Grey Stone 


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Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
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Table D Church Music Year Ending October 31, 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

E. Hugh O'Shields, Associational Music Director 
2403 Azalea Rd. , Durham, NC 27703 


Music Directors & Addresses 


Jeffrey S. Rogers, 3211 WatkinsRd., Durham, NC 27707 

Roy Melton, Rt. 4, Hillsborough, NC 

Don Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 358, Chopel Hill, NC 27514 

Mrs. J.F. Merritt, 1 Dogwood Acres, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

Mrs. W.C. Kilpatrick, Rt. 7, Box 30, Chopel Hill, NC 27514 


Mrs. Carlton Couch, 4813 West Hills Cr., Durham, NC 27705 
Mrs. Linwood Crabtree, Rt. 7, Box 186, Durham, NC 27707 
TerrI Brandon, 2429 D. Wesvill Ct., Raleigh, NC 27607 
Norman Stallings, Rt. 6, Box 328, Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. John Mitchell, 1902 Bethesdo Ave . , Durham, NC 27703 


William Graham, 3523 E. Oak Dr., Durham, NC 27712 

Rev. John Dougherty, 2719 b Kilgore St., Raleigh, NC 27607 

Mrs. David Oakley, 4214A S. Alston Ave., Durham, NC 27713 

A.M. Hall, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 406, Bahama, NC 27503 

Wiley Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham, NC 27712 


Miss Rose Pleasant, Box 2161 SEBTS, Woke Forest, NC 27587 
J. Harold Craig, 2519 Wilbon St. , Durham, NC 27704 
None 

Dean Johnson, Box 508, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 


John Mayfield, 3311 C-View Drive, Durham, NC 27713 
Larry G. Dickens, 3016 Dixon Rd., Durham, NC 27707 

TOTALS 


Churches 


LakewocxJ 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Bronch 
Poge Rood 


Pork View 
Pork wood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


Rose Of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 


Westwood 
Yotes 



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TaWe E Womnn's Misuonary Union Year Ending Uctober ji, iv/y 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Mrs. Bryce B. Bates, Associational WMU Director 
4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham, NC 27705 


WMU DlfBCtore & Addresses 


Mrs. Charles E. Womack, 426 Southerland Ave., Durham 27703 

Mrs. Louise Holleman, Rt. 2, Apex, NC 27502 

Mrs. D.C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham, NC 27713 

Ms. Jean Parnell, 1714 Mason Dr., Durham, NC 27703 

Miss Gloria Welch, 202 W. Rockwoy Ave., Durham, NC 27704 


Mrs. Don Christian, 205 Pleasnat Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. Harold McFarland, Box 206, Carrboro, NC 27703 
Mrs. H.L. Page, Rt. 1, Box 304, Morrisville, NC 27660 
Mrs. Shirley Chappell, 2707 Joyner Rd., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Elizabeth Crotts, 2900 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, NC 27707 


Mrs. Ernest Greene, 211 Chateau Rd., Durham, NC 27704 
None 

Mrs. P. Eubanks, 603 Wildwood Dr., Durham, NC 27712 
Mrs. Graham Knight, 3217 Angier Ave., Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. Harold C. Markham, Rt. 7, Box 306, Durham, NC 27707 


Mrs. Delores Childress, 5 Michael Dr., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Billy Lynch, 3613Wishart St., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Grace Fogleman, 2504 £. Geer St., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. E.C. Wilkins, 2303 Tampa Ave., Durham, NC 27705 
Mrs. Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Pork Dr., Durham, NC 27705 


Miss Peggy Clayton, 2715 Carver St. Ext., Durham, NC 27705 
Mrs. Gwen Laing, 2112 Brood St. E-51, Durham, NC 27705 
Mrs. E. Floyd Dollar, 5126 Pine Trail Dr ., Durham, NC 27712 
Mrs. Linda Kyles, 6310 Garrett Rd., Durham, NC 27707 
Mrs. Lorry J )hnson, 221 3 Conestoga, Durham, NC 27705 


Churcties 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Broflgtown 


1 

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Carrsboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Durham First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 


Faith 
Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 


Guess Rood 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immuanuel 



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Table E Woman's Missionary Union Year Ending October 31 , 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Mrs. Bryce B. Bates, Associotional WMU Director 
4501 Myers Park Drive, Durham, NC 27705 


WMU Directors & Addresses 


1 

Mrs. Lav^rence Ward, 3900 Hulon Dr., Durham, NC 27705 
Mrs. Ronald Mitchell, Rt. 4, Box 51, Durham, NC 27713 
Mrs. Frances Oldham, Rt. 7, Box571-A, Chape! Hill, NC 27514 
Mrs. L.B. Wilson, Rt. 7, Bos 224, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
Mrs. Melvin Clark, Rt. 4, Box 202-B, Pittsboro, NC 27312 


None 

Mr.s Woodrow Barbee, Rt. 7, Erwin Rd., Durham, NC 27707 
Mrs. Colby Cash, Rt. 3, Apex, NC 27502 
Mrs. H,P. Wallace, 1009 Stallings Rd., Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. W.E. Rice, Rt.6, Box 507, Durham, NC 27703 


Mrs. R.T. Davis, 703 Newsome St., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Milton Wethington, Rt. 4, Box 31, Durham, NC 27713 

Mrs. Carolyn Chambers, Rt. 2, Box 43, Rougemont, NC 27522 
Mrs. Kathryn Oakley, 4907 Seterra Bend, Durham, NC 27712 


Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Rd., Durham, NC 27712 
Mrs. J.H. Craig, 2519 Wilbon St., Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Dorothy Hicks, 1308 Ed Cook Rd., Durham, NC 27703 
Helena Kyle, Cedar St., Chapel Hill,, NC 27514 


Mrs. Roy L, Smith, 2508 W. Club Blvd., Durham, NC 27705 
Ms. Norma Stock, 2505 Nation Ave., Durham, NC 27707 

TOTALS 


Churches 


Lake wood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystra 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 


Park View 
Porkwood 
Planiview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 


5 


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Table F Brotherhood Year Ending October 31, 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

J. Edwin Couch, Associational Brotherhood Director 
Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisvilie, NC 27560 


Brotherhood Director & Addresses 1 


Willie H. Murray, 2212 Southgate St., Durham, NC 27703 

None 

None 

Vernon Parnell, 1714 Mason Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
Travis Jackson, 2234 Ferrell Rd., Durham, NC 27704 


None 

Robert Middour, 12 South Circle Dr., Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
Rav. Don Brown, Rt. 1, Box 229, Morrisvilie, NC 27560 
C.H. Shelton, 1004 E. Club Blvd., Durham, NC 27704 
Howard Yondle, 4001 Trotter Ridge Rd., Durham, NC 27707 


None 

William D. Ramsey, Rt. 6, Box 355, Durham, NC 27703 
Art Frnokensteen, 3703 Knollwood Dr., Durham, NC 27712 
Mrs. John Olive, 2001 Angier Ave., Durham, NC 27703 
None 


None 
None 

None •- ' - ■. ■ • - 
None 

Bryce Bates, 4501 Myers Pork Dr., Durham, NC 27705 


Harold Ausley, 4343 Sterling Dr., Durham, NC 27705 
None 

Myron Kidd, 923 Frencrest Dr., Durham, NC 27705 
Eric Kyles, 6310 Garrett Rd., Durham, NC 27707 
None 


1 Churches 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Broggtown 


Calvary 
Carrsboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Durham First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 


Faith 
Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 


Guess Rood 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 





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Table F Brotherhood Year Ending October 31, 1979 

YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Corolina 

J. Edwin Couch, Associational Brotherhood Director 
Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville, NC 27560 


Brotherhood Director & Addresses I 


None 
None 

None V' 

Don Lane, Rt. 7, Box 229, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

D.R. Clark, UHillcrest Dr., Pittsboro, NC 27313 


None 

Curtis Sikes, 2638 Pickett Rd., Durham, NC 27705 
None 

K.J. Glenn, 5808 Wake Forest Rd., Durham, NC 27703 
Tom Adcock, 2523 Rolling Pines Ave.> Durham, NC 27703 


None ■ " ; 
None 

Lloyd Gresham, Rt. 2, Box 286, Creedmoor, NC 27522 
Dick Vulgomore, 5315 Laurent Dr., Durham, NC 27712 


Jesse Grenn, 513 Wildwood Dr., Durham, NC 27712 
None 

Doug Jones, Rt. 4, Box 371 -C -2, Durham, NC 27703 
None 


None 
None 

TOTALS 


1 Churches j 


Lakewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystro 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 


Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 


Westwood 
Yates 



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98,392 
17,966 
13,373 
262,335 
136,519 


129,738 
93,288 
17,099 
15,565 

282,042 


240,110 
105,179 
121,395 
55,346 
57,969 


61,788 
24,657 
136,578 
257,402 
519,641 


122,342 
105,616 
63,950 
53,204 
49,092 


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31,541 
24,731 
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10,163 
60,613 
199,986 
371,237 


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63,143 
15,496 
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3,505 


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3,776 
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4,854 


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12,879 
3,195 
3,443 
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1,693 
1,185 
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36,411 


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9,424 
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50,538 


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59,603 
44,769 
27,172 
23,810 


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41,744 
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28,316 
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123,100 
119,814 
33,530 
17,340 
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269,393 
132,015 
120,402 
61,505 
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319,669 
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115,257 
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101,432 


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19,138 
122,683 
147,365 


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119,164 
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17,340 
202,221 


263,986 
132,015 
101,908 
59,686 
64,897 


65,616 
25,065 
164,047 
196,797 
414,165 


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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Mrs. W.A. Goodwin, Associational Treasurer 
Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 


Traasurars & Addrassas 


Fred Rhodes, Shady Lane, Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Gertrude Horton, Rt. 3, Apex, NC 27502 
Mrs. Mary Farrell, 1216 Carpenter-Fletcher Rd. 
Mrs. Rose Floyd, 4607 Holloman Rd., Durham 
Eugene Mangum, 321 Cheryl Dr., Durham 27712 


Don C. Christian, 205 Pleasant Dr., Durham, 27703 
Mrs. Howard Hearn, 710 W. Main St., Carrboro 
Hubert C. Green, Rt. 1, Box 246, Morrisville 
Mrs. Donald Foust, 1214 Horseshoe Rd., Durham 
Jesse Cole, 2938 Chapel Hill Rd. , Durham 


Rudy J. Baker, 2301 W. Club Blvd., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Lewis Teasley, 3303 Holloway St., Durham 
Keith Taylor, 71 2 Veriform Dr., Bahama, NC 27503 
B.F. Denning, 1912 Wallace St., Durham, 27707 
Mrs. Thomas E. Tilley, Rt. 6, Box 161, Chapel Hill 


Mrs. Shirley Shelburne, 360p Gibson Rd., Durham 
Mrs. Leon W. Weaver, 3417 Glenn Rd., Durham 
B.L. Fuller, 2621 Cooksbury Dr., Durham, 27704 
E.S. Brock, Jr., 508W. Knox St., Durham, 27701 
Donald Whitworth, 4710 West Hills Dr., Durham 


Mrs. Gladys Thomas, 4834 Kendridge Dr., Durham 
Mrs. Clifton Batchelor, 610 Lindley Dr., Durham 
Spurgeon Buchanan, 220 Chateau Rd., Durham 
Jesse Parrish, Rt. 3, Box 278, Durham, NC 27713 
Mrs. Arthur Ward, 2503 Sparger Rd., Durham 


Churches 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Durham First 
Durtiam Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 


Faith 
Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 


Guess Rood 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 



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3,283 
4,467 


3,030 
1,097 
20,012 
41,167 
23,088 


2,172 
15,034 
2,275 
2,397 
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1,285 
1,395 
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2,493 
976 
315 
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1,265 
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1,001 


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220 
2,535 
3,325 
4,489 


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3,699 
825 
710 
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1,870 
565 
20,832 
10,096 


6,245 
11,635 
9,093 
600 
4,000 


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15,783 


5,500 
7,175 


4,822 
620 

6,875 
15,100 
32,104 


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6,^42 

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2,515 
7,728 
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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Dr. D. Wade Armstrong, Director of Associational Missions 
4305 Berini Dr., Durham, NC 27705 


Church Clerks & Addresses 


Mrs. I.F. Rowland, 204 Raynor St, Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, Rt. 3, Apex, NC 27502 
Mrs. D.C. Little, Rt. 3, Box 265, Durham, NC 27713 
Tommy Kerr, 341 Bandock Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. R.L. Jeffries, 3704 Hermine St., Durham, 27705 


Mrs. Larry R. Johnson, 705 Pleasant Dr., Durham, 27703 
Mrs. Henry Swaim, 603 HillsboroRd., Carrboro, NC 27510 
Mrs. Johnnie Evans, Rt. 1, Box 324, Morrisville, 27560 
Mrs. Ira Pate, 1111 Midland Terrace, Durham, NC 27704 
Mrs. Marjorie Dewell, 2427 Tryon Rd., Durham, 27705 


Miss Maggie Morris, 1410 N. Mangum St., NC 27701 
Mrs. William D. Ramsey, Rt. 6, Box 355, Durham, 27703 
Mrs. G.F. Riley, Rt. 2, Box 519, Durham, NC 27705 
Miss Patricia Rives, 1121 Raynor St., Durham, NC 27703 
Mrs. Kenneth H. King, Rt. 6, Box 149, Chapel Hill 


Mrs. Ruth S. Moore, 2711 Independence Ave, Durham 
Mrs. Kathryn Denton, 3330 Glenn Rd., Durham, 27704 
Mrs. Grace Gegleman, 2504 E. Geer St., Durham 27704 
Mrs. J.H. Royal, 4510 Cheshire Ct., Durham, NC 27705 
J. Leonard Rigsbee, 2006 Sunset Ave., Durham, 27705 


Mrs. Shirley Harris, 1901 Kirkwood Dr., Durham, NC 
Mrs. Tyson Kirk, 1121 N. Miami Blvd., Durham 27703 
Mrs. Mary E. Whaley, 1516 Kirkwood Dr., Durham 
Mrs. Ralph Lewter, Rt. 3, Box 266B, Durham, NC 27713 
Mrs. E.C. Cannon, 3721 Cambridge Rd., Durham 27705 


1 Churches 


Angier Avenue 

Bells 

Berea 

Bethesda 

Braggtown 


Calvary 
Carrboro 
Cedar Fork 
Cheek Heights 
Cresset 


Durham First 
Durham Memorial 
Ebenezer 
Edgemont 
Ephesus 


Faith 
Fieldcrest 
Gorman 
Grace 
Grey Stone 


Guess Rood 
Holloway Street 
Homestead Heights 
Hope Valley 
Immanuel 



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17,327 
4,565 
7,841 
3,952 


18,948 
2,552 
6,635 
7,377 
5.992 


5,152 

6,584 
3,455 
13'. 504 


8,601 
27,018 

6,670 
16,579 


11,084 
23,068 

744,777 


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3712 
1666 


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12494 


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12868 
3063 
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YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
State of North Carolina 

Dr. D. Wade Armstrong, Director of Associotional Missions 
4305 Berini Dr., Durham, NC 27705 


Church Clerks & Addresses | 


Mrs. V. Muir, 3775 Guess Rd., Unit 17, Durham 27705 
Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver, 1 320 Carpenter-Fletcher, Durham 
TomBland, Rt. 3, Box 552, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 
Mrs. T. Louis Cate, Rt. 7, Box 234, Chapel Hill, NC 
Mrs. Roy Morris, Rt. 1, Box 298, Pittsboro, NC 27312 


Mrs. Ralph Dennis, Rt. 1, Box 207-B, Durham, 27705 
Mrs. Charles R. Parker, Rt. 7, Box 238, Durham, 27707 
Mrs. J.E. Booth, Rt. 3, Box 240, Durham, NC 27713 1 
Mrs. Kenneth Glenn, 5808 Wake Forest Rd., Durham 
Mrs. John E. Wallace, Rt. 4, Box 365A, Durham 27703 


Clarence Yearwood, 2622 Newquay St., Durham 27705 
Mrs. Ernest A. Dollar, 101 Monterey Ln., Durham, 27713 

Mrs. Nancy Crabtree, Rt. 1, Box 28, Rougemont 27572 
Jocqueline McFarland, 5114 Kenwood Rd., Durham 27712 


Miss Edith Dunnagan, 1703 Umstead Rd., Durham, 27712 
E.L. Kerley, Jr., 2808 Sparger Rd., Durham, NC 27705 
Mrs. B.R. O'Briant, 1912 SO-Hi Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
Ms. Carolyn Wallace, Box 873, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 


Mrs. O.D. King, 1825 Forest Rd., Durham, NC 27705 
Carolyn Watson, 3109 Hornbuckle PI., Durham, NC 27707 
TOTALS 


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Lystra 

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Mount Gilead 


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Mount Moriah 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
Page Road 


Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


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Temple 
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intormation Year Ending October 31 , 1979 

CIATION 
la 

i^oderator 
rham, NC 27704 


Chairmen of Deacons A Addresses 


Robert Smith, 1710 Bedford St., Durham, NC 27707 
Ronald Mitchell, Rt. 4, Box 51, Durham, NC 27713 
Clayton Dollar, Rt. 3, Box 269, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 

Melvin Clark, Rt. 4, Box 202-B, Pittsboro, NC 27312 


William Clayton, 5331 Old Hillsborough Rd., Durham 27705 
Carl S. Couch, 4003 Kerley Rd., Durham, NC 27705 
Carlyle Lewter, Rt. 3, Apex, NC 27502 

O.C. Mitchell, Jr., 838 Glencoe Rd., Durham, NC 27703 


Carlton Harrell, 410 Argonne Dr., Durham, NC 27704 
David Green, 5802 Williamsburg Way., Durham, NC 27713 

Thomas Ellis, Rt. 1, Bahama, NC 27503 

Donald McFarland, 5114 Kenwood Rd., Durham, NC 27712 


Tommy Lamm, 5025 Raintree Rd., Durham, NC 27712 
Truett J. Blackwood, 3524 Mossdale Ave., Durham, NC 27707 
Bobby Pendeigraft, 1924 Edgerton Dr., Durham, NC 27703 
Charles Harper, Rt. 4, Box 246, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 


Rudy L. Griffin, 2500 W. Club Blvd., Durham, NC 27705 
Norman Goss, 2811 Devon Rd,, Durham, NC 27707 

TOTALS 




Table I Special 1 

YATES BAPTIST ASSO 
State of North Carolir 
Rev. Julian Motley, t 
3315 E. Geer St., Du 


1 Churches 


Lokewood 
Lowes Grove 
Lystro 

Mount Carmel 
Mount Gilead 


Mount Hermon 
Mount Moriob 
Mount Pisgah 
Olive Branch 
) Page Road 


Park View 
Parkwood 
Plainview 
Red Mountain 
Ridgecrest 


Rose of Sharon 
Temple 
Trinity 
University 
Watts Street 


1 , 

^ 1 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOaATION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

TfflRTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 

1979 




LYSTRA BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION 

NORTH CAROLINA 

THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION 

1980 




MT. PISGAH BAPTIST CHURCH 



YATES 
BAPTIST ASSOCIA TION 



2821 Chapel Hill Road 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 
Telephone: (901) 489-3396 



Thirty -Second 
Annual Session 



1980 



Held with Carrboro Baptist Church, Monday night, October 27, 1980; 
Guess Road Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, October 28, and Westwood 
Baptist Church, Tuesday night, October 28, 1980. 

Next session to be held with Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Monday 
evening, October 26, 1981; Temple Baptist Church, Tuesday morning, 
October 27, and Immanuel Baptist Church, Tuesday night, October 27, 
1981. 



1 



Table of Contents \ 

Memory of Mrs. Beatrice Davis Armstrong A 

Directory of the Association f 

Calendar of Activities £ 

Committees 1980-81 1£ 

Constitution 1^ 

Director of Missions Annual Report 26 

Historical Table 31 

History of Berea Baptist Church 34 

History of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church 37 

In Memoriam 3£ 

Meals for Association and W.M.U. Annual Meetings Ac 

Messengers to Annual Session 42 

Program - Annual Session 1980 46 

Years for Publishing Church Histories 5C 

Reports 51 

Church Directories 6£ 

Graphs 9)4 

Statistical Tables (A-I) 102 



2 



In Memory 
of 

Mrs, Beatrice Davis Armstrong 




May 25 1922 — August 20, 1980 
Wife of Director of Missions 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



YATES BAPTIST ASSOCIATION: 

Associational Office 2821 Chapel Hill Rd., 27707 489-3396 

Director of Missions: 

Dr. D. Wade Armstrong 4305 Berini Drive 27705 383-3813 

Administrative Assistant: 

Mrs. Ralph L. Bassett Rt. 7, Box 247-A, 27707 489-4951 

Secretary: 

Mrs. Dallas Norris 4306 David Street, 27704 477-5551 

Secretary: 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill, 27514 383-4244 

Camp Caretaker: 

Mrs. George Funderburk Rt. 6, Box 181-A, 27703 596-6689 

Director of Missions Emeritus: 

Rev. Hubert S. Mumford 1108 Raynor Street, 27703 682-2465 

OFFICERS 

Moderator: 

Talmadge H. Lassister 3749 Hermine Street, 27705 477-4230 

Vice-Moderator: 

Rev. Gerald Goodwin 2714 Wedgedale Avenue, 27703 596-6786 

Clerk: 

John M. Deeds 1804 Glendale Avenue, 27701 682-6069 

Treasurer: 

Mrs. W. A. Godwin Rt. 2, Box 386, Chapel Hill. 27514 383-4244 

Parliamentarian: 

Bruce Little 3707 Esther Street, 27703 596-7750 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 
OF THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

Bruce C. Little 3707 Esther Drive, 27703 596-7750 

Dr. James I. Murphy Rt. 3, Box 276-A, 27713 544-3966 



1980-81 
Tentative Calendar 



SEPTEMBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

1 Labor Day 

5 Sunday School Leadership Training Workshop - Grey Stone 
Church 



6 Singles Over 50 

7 Regional Brotherhood Leadership Training Workshop - First 
9 Bold Budget Building Banquet and Associational Board 

Meeting - Grey Stone Church 

13 Singles 30-50 

15 Ministers' Conference 

15-16 Women's Missionary Union Leadership Conference 

21-28 World Missions Connference 



SEPTEMBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



1 Labor Day 

5-6 Women's Missionary Union Associational Workshop - Mundo 
Vista 

8-9 "M" Night Training Seminar - Caraway 

15-16 Preachers' Camp Meeting - Truett Camp 

19-20 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat - Caraway 

23 North Carolina Missions Offering Emphasis 

26-28 Baptist Student Convention - Ridgecrest 

30 North Carolina Missions Offering Emphasis 

30-Oct.l General Board 



OCTOBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



4 


Singles Over 50 


5-12 


Week of Prayer of North Carolina Missions 


11 


Singles 30-50 


13 


Acteens/Church Staff Missions Rally 


12 


Lay Stewardship Speakers in Churches. 


13 


Ministers' Conference a 


13 


WMU Council Meeting 


14 


Associational Board Meeting 


27-28 


Annual Meeting 



OCTOBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



1 Cooperative Program Emphasis in Churches 

3-4 Sunday School All-Age Training - Caraway 

6-8 Youth and Young Adult Evangelism Leadership Conference 

7 North Carolina Missions Offering Ingathering 

8 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

9-10 Pastor/Music Director Workshops - Caraway 

10-11 State-wide Deacons' Retreat - Caraway 

10-1 1 Younger Crusader Royal Ambassador Camp - Caraway 

12 Biblical Recorder Day 

12-15 Equipping Center - Caraway 

14-16 Senior Adult Fall Retreat 

15 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

17-18 Senior Men's Retreat - Overseas Missions Retreat - Caraway 

17-18 Sunday School All-Age Training - Caswell 

22 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

24-25 Baptist Young Women's Convention - Ridgecrest 

24-25 Pioneer-Royal Ambassador Officers' Workshop - Caraway 

6 



29 Cooperative Program Emphasis 
31- 

Nov. 1 Youth Council Retreat I - Caraway 



NOVEMBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 



1 


R.A./Crusaders Car Competition 


1 


Singles Over 50 


-1 

1 


lACMU (Ine Associational unurcn Media uenter 




Organization) 


1 


Baptist Women's Taste and Testimony Dinner 


2 


New Church Sites Emphasis in Churches 


3 


Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 


8 


Singles 30-50 


10 


Ministers' Conference 


13 


Senior Adults 


21-22 


Pastors and Wives Retreat 


27 


Thanksgiving 



NOVEMBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



3-9 Royal Ambassador Week 

7 January Bible Study - Teacher Training Clinics 
7-8 State-wide Chairmen of Deacons and Pastors Conference - 
Hickory 

10-12 Baptist State Convention - Greensboro 

22 Crusader Royal Ambassador Congress and Car Competition - 
Goldsboro 

24 "M" Night - SBC Emphasis 

27 Thanksgiving 
30- 

Dec. 7 Week of Prayer - Lottie Moon Offering for Foreign Missions 
DECEMBER 1980 - ASSOCIATION 

;Nov. 30- 

Dec. 7 Week of Prayer - Lottie Moon Christmas Offering 

1 Christmas Open House - Ministers / Wives at Director of 

Missions home 6-10 p.m. 
6 Singles Over 50 
13 Singles 30-50 

15 Ministers' Conference - 10:30 a.m. 

25 Christmas 

DECEMBER 1980 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

Nov. 30- 

Dec. 7 Week of Prayer - Lottie Moon Offering for Foreign Missions 
25 Christmas Day 

28 Student Day at Christmas 



7 



JANUARY 1981 - ASSOCIATION 



1 


New Year's Day 


3 


Singles Over 50 


10 


Singles 30-50 


12 


Ministers' Conference 


12 


Church Training Seminar 


16-17 


Ministers and Wives Retreat 


19 


Simultaneous Survey Planning 


26 


WMU Council Meeting - All Church Directors invited 



JANUARY 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



1 New Year's Day 
9-10 Home Missions Study-Teacher's Training, Caraway 
19-20 5 Area Church Training Enabler (All Associational Church 

Training Leadership) 
23-24 Lay Witness Annual Meeting, Caraway Conference Center 
25 Baptist Men's Day 

27 Meeting of Council on Christian Higher Education 

FEBRUARY 1981 - ASSOCIATION 

7 Singles Over 50 

7 TACM0-2p.m. 

14 WMU Focus Week 

9 Ministers' Conference 

10 Board Meeting 

12 Senior Adults 

14 Singles 30-50 

14 Valentine's Day 

18 Home Mission Graded Series Study 

22 Simultaneous Revival Survey and Scriptures Distribution 

27 First Couples Feast - WMU 

FEBRUARY 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

2-3 State-wide Evangehsm Conference, Civic Center Auditorium, 
Asheville 

8-14 WMU Focus Week 

20-21 N. C. Baptist Men's Board Meeting, Caraway Conference Cei 

27- 

Mar. 1 High School Senior's Retreat 

27-28 State Youth Bell Festival 

MARCH 1981 - ASSOCIATION 

1-8 Week of Prayer for Home Missions and Annie Armstrong Ea 
Offering 

7 Singles Over 50 

9 Ministers' Conference 
14 Singles 30-50 



8 



MARCH 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



1-8 Week of Prayer for Home Missions and Annie Armstrong Easter 
Offering 

5 Church Growth/Church Extension Conference, Greensboro 

6-7 State Youth Choir Festivals 

9-13 Youth Week - SBC 

10 City Fringe Area Church Conference, Raleigh 

13-14 Language Missions Conference, Caraway 

14 Youth Night - SBC 

16-20 Adult Leadership Conferences, Church Training 

20-21 WMU Annual Session, Charlotte 

27-28 RA Campcraft Training, Caraway 

27-28 Weekday Early Education Conference 

27-29 Pioneer Royal Ambassador Congress - Ridgecrest 

APRIL 1981 - ASSOCIATION 



4 Singles Over 50 

7 1982 Calendar Planning Meeting 

10 Ministers and Wives Retreat 

11 Singles 30-50 

12 Palm Sunday 

13 Ministers' Conference 

14 WMU Annual Meeting - Trinity Church 

17 Good Friday 

18 R. A. Track Meet 

19 Easter 

20-24 Baptist Doctrine Study 

21 WMU Council Meeting 
26- 

May 3 Simultaneous Revival Crusades 
APRIL 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



4 Regional Children's Choir Festivals 

6 Festivals Committee Meeting, Church Music 

10-11 Church Media Center Conference, Greensboro 

10-11 RA Counselor Backpacking 

17-19 State Acteens Convention, Ridgecrest, WMU 

19 Easter Sunday 

20-24 Baptist Doctrine Week - SBC 

20 BWA - Baptist Men's World Day of Prayer 
24-26 Family Camping Weekend, Caraway 

24-25 Pioneer Royal Ambassador Backpacking and Crusader Over- 
night Camp - Caraway 

24-25 Youth Convention, Youth Ministry 

27-29 N.C. Baptist Music Conference, Caraway 

28 Church Building Conference, Hunter Hills Church, Greensboro 

MAY 1981 - ASSOCIATION 
Apr. 26- 

May8 Simultaneous Revival Crusades 



9 



2 


Singles Over 50 v ? . 


2 


TACMO 


4 


B.Y.W. Anniversary Banquet 


9 


Singles 30-50 


9 


GA and Acteen Track Meet (Rain'date May 16) 


10 


Mother's Day 


11-13 


Key Leadership Conference - Ridgecrest 


14 


Senior Adults 


14 


Ministers' Conference 


18-24 


Associational Emphasis Week 


19 


Board Meeting 


25 


Memorial Day 



MAY 1981 - ASSOCIATION AND CONVENTION 



1-3 WMU Leaders Development Retreat - Ridgecrest 

1-2 Sunday School Associational Leadership Development - 
Caraway Conference Center 

1-2 Correctional Ministries Conference 

1-3 Family Camping Weekend 

1-2 RA Counselor Backpacking 

1-2 Weekend RA Camp (grades 1-3) 

7-9 Youth Ministry Workshop 

11-13 Key Leadership Conference 

15-17 Deaf youth Retreat, Camp Caraway 

15-16 State Royal Ambassador Track Meet 

18-19 Pastoral Aid Pastors' Conference - Caraway 

18-22 Senior Adult Conferences (18-20 and 20-22), Caraway Confere 
Center 

22-23 North-South RA Track Meet 

22-24 Summer Youth Ministry Seminar 

26-27 General Board Meeting 

26 Meeting of Council on Christian Higher Education 

29-30 Associational Royal Ambassadors Workshop 

30 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill Youth Speakers' 
Tournament - Asheboro, Church Training 

JUNE 1981 - ASSOCIATION 



6 


Singles Over 50 


13 


Singles 30-50 


15 


Ministers' Conference 


21 


Father's Day 


26-27 


Ministers/ Wives Retreat 



JUNE 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

6 Children's Bible Drill, Youth Bible Drill Youth Speakers' 
Tournament, NC Baptist Assembly, Caswell, 
Church Training 
7-8 WMU, SBC, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles 
9-11 SBC, Los Angeles 
15 Camp Caraway open for boys 

10 V 



15 Truett Baptist Camp opens 

22- 27 Church Training Week, NC Baptist Assembly, Caswell 
29- 

July 4 Children's Choir Camp, N.C. Baptist Assembly, Caswell 
29- 

July 3 Week of Christian Studies and Fellowship, Mars Hill 

JULY 1981 - ASSOCIATION 

4 Independence Day 

4 Singles Over 50 

11 Singles 30-50 

13 Ministers' Conference 

14 Board Meeting (Tentative) 

27 WMU Council Meeting 

JULY 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

1-29 Urban Studies Seminar, Southeastern Baptist Theological 
Seminary (Cooperative endeavor with Seminary & Home 
Mission Board) 
6-10 Children's Choir Camp, Mars Hill, Church Music 
6-11 World Missions Week, NC Baptist Assembly, Caswell 
6-11 Youth Ministry Week, NC Baptist Assembly, Caswell, 

Evangelism 
6-10 Youth Music Week, Truett Camp 

13- 18 World Missions Youth Week, NC Baptist Assembly 

20- 25 Youth Conference, Youth Ministrv 
27- 

Aug. 1. Youth Adult Music Conference, Church Music 
AUGUST 1981 - ASSOCIATION 

1 Singles Over 50 

1 TACMO - 2 p.m. 

4 Clerk's Conference 

8 Singles 30-50 

10 Ministers' Conference 

13 Senior Adults 

23- 30 Church Music Week 

AUGUST 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

3-4 Youth Conference, NC Baptist Assembly 

10-12 Interlaith Witness Conference - Asheville 

10-12 Sunday School Training - Caraway Conference Center 
(Statewide) 

10-15 Youth Conference, NC Baptist Assembly 

14- 15 Brotherhood Specialist Leadership Training. Caraway 

21- 22 Lay Witness Training Session - Caraway 

28 Statewide Youth Evangelism Conference - Fayetteville 

28-29 Church Brotherhood Director and Pastor Conference - Raleigh 



11 



28-29 Lad Counselors' Workshop - Raleigh (Grades 1-3) 

28- 30 State Officers' Workshop - Caraway 

29 Statewide Youth Evangelism Conference - Greensboro 

SEPTEMBER 1981 - ASSOCIATION 

3 Singles Over 50 

7 Labor Day 

8 Bold Budget Building Banquet 
8 Tentative Board Meeting 

12 Singles Over 30-50 

14 Ministers' Conference 

14 WMU and Brotherhood Leadership Conferences 
27- 

Oct. 4 Sunday School Preparation Week 

SEPTEMBER 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

8 Metro Growth - '81, Church Training 
11-12 NC Baptist Men's Board Meeting (Foreign Missions Teachei 
Training), Caraway 

13- 16 Regional Brotherhood Workshops/Missionary Education 

Dialogues 

14- 15 Literacy Workshop, Caraway 

18-20 Business and Professional Men's Retreat 

18-19 Statewide Deacons' Retreat, NC Baptist Assembly, Caswell, 

Church Programs 
18-19 Volunteer Music Directors' Retreat, Caraway 
25-27 Baptist Student Convention, Youth & Campus Ministries 

29- 30 General Board Meeting, Caraway 

29 Meeting of Council on Christian Higher Education 

OCTOBER 1981 - ASSOCIATION 



3 


Singles Over 50 


4 


N.C. Missions Offering Day 


4-10 


Week of Prayer for State Missions 


10 


Singles 30-50 


11 


World Hunger Day 


12 


Ministers' Conference 


13 


Board Meeting 


16-17 


Ministers Wives Retreat 


17 


Associational Crusader Car Competition 


26-27 


Associational Annual Meeting 



OCTOBER 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



Sept. 30 

Oct. 1 DOM General Board Staff - Caraway 

2->? Music in Evangelism Conference - Caraway 

4 N.C. Missions Offering Day 

4-lJ NC Missions Offering Week of Prayer 



12 



5-7 Christian Life Conference 

5- 7 Youth and Young AduH EvangeHsm Leadership Conference - 

Caraway 

7 Cooperative Program Emphasis 

9-10 Career and Professional Women's Retreat - Ridgecrest 

9-10 Sunday School All-age Training Convention - Caraway 

9-10 Crusader Overnight Camp - Caraway 

12- 14 Senior Adult Retreat - Caraway 

13 Church Building conference, First Baptist Church, Lincolnton 

14- 16 Senior Adult Retreat - Caraway 
16-17 Statewide Deacons' Retreat - Caraway 
19-20 Equipping for Leadership - Caraway 

21 Cooperative Program Emphasis in the Churches 

23-24 RA Pioneer Officers' Workshop - Caraway 

25 High Attendance Day in the churches 

30-31 Baptist Young Women's Convention - Ridgecrest 
31- 

Nov. 1 Baptist Men's Convention 
NOVEMBER 1981 - ASSOCIATION 

1- 7 Royal Ambassador Week 
2 Baptist Women's Day of Prayer 
7 Singles Over 50 
9 Ministers' Conference 

12 Senior Adults 

14 Singles 30-50 

15- 18 Foreign Mission Graded Series Study 

26 Thanksgiving 

^JOVEMBER 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 

Oct. 31- 

1 Baptist Men's Convention 

2- 5 Baptist State Convention - Greensboro 

6- 7 Senior High Missions Career Seminar 
6-7 Youth Retreat - Carawav 

13 "M" Night 

13- 14 Crusader RA Congress 

13-14 Missions Camp Workshop (East) 

13-14 Youth Council Retreat - Caraway 

26 Thanksgiving Day 

29- 

Dec. 6 W^eek of Prayer for Foreign Missions 
DECEMBER 1981 - ASSOCIATION 
%v. 29- 

6 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions and Lottie Moon Christmas 
Offering 

7 Open House for Ministers Wives 
12 Singles 30-50 

14 Ministers' Conference 
25 Christmas 13 



\ 



DECEMBER 1981 - STATE AND CONVENTION 



Nov. 29- 

5 Singles 30-50 

6 Week of Prayer for Foreign Missions and Lottie Moon Christ 

Offering 
25 Christmas Day 
27 Student Day At Christmas 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN 



ANNUAL MEETLNG: 

Rev. James West 1204 Lynn Road 27703 596-2592; 

CALENDAR: 

Mrs. J. Edwin Couch . . . . Rt. 1, Box 313, Morrisville 27560 544-7014! 
CAMP: 

George Ray Rt. 6, Box 321 27703 596-7304 

COMMUNITY MINISTRIES: 

Rev. Carl Herweyer P. O. Box 15022 27704 477-6440 

CONSTITUTION: 

Rev. Russell Wimmer 3573 Hillsborough Rd. 27705 383-1422! 

DEACONS: 

Dr. John Carlton P.O. Box 1027, Wake Forest 27587 556-4791 

EVANGELISM: 

Rev. Carl Garner 116 Massey Road 27712 477-5426 

FINANCE: 

Don Christian Box 11025 27703 596-6862 

FUTURE DEVELOPMENT: 

Bily Garrett 2304 Barrymore Avenue 27705 477-30581 

INTER-FAITH: 

Mrs. E. E. Robertson 1505 Blount Street 27707 489-1521f 

MISSIONS: 

Rev. Clay Warf 807 W. Chapel Hill Street 27701 688-7397 

NOMINATIONS: 

Rev. Norman Gossett 1003 E. Main Street 27701 682-3251 

ORDINATIONS: 

Rev. Harold Rumfelt 123 Olive Branch Road 27703 596-8907i 

PLACE AND PREACHER: 

Rev. Everett Smith 2100 Chapel Hill Road 27707 489-2537! 

RADIO & T.V.: 

Freeman Beard Rt. 8, Box 302 27704 477-16061 

RESOLUTIONS: 

Mrs. A. Clyde Ferrell P.O. Box 77 27702 383-1333 

STUDENT WORK: 

Rev. Wiley Oakley 116 Massey Road 27712 477-3993 

TRUSTEES: 

Carv Cole 3215 Cromwell Road 27705 489-27621 

Y0UTi4 ADVISORY: 

Mrs. Sandra Taylor Rt. 6, Box 172-C 27707 493-3889 

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1980-81 COMMITTEES 

Annual Meeting 

(81) Rev. James West, chm., 1204 Lynn Road 27703 . . (ch) 596-2592 

(82) Rev. Ernest Holt, 3102 Guess Road 27705 (ch) 477-4893 

(83) Rev. Crate Jones, Box 11296 27703 (ch) 596-6430 

Calendar 

(81) Mrs. J. Edwin Couch, chm., Route 1, Box 313 '=^44-7014 
Morrisville 27560 

(82) Mrs. Hallie McGhee, 3328 Chapel Hill Road 27707 489-2471 

(83) Mrs. Dana Kelly, Route 5, Box 272-A 27713 [ 544-3295 

Camp 

(81) George Ray, chm., Rt. 6, Box 321, Durham . . 596-7^04 
(81) J. E. Booth, Route 3, Box 240 27713 [[[ 544-2247 

(81) A. B. Stone, Jr., 2700 Bexley Avenue 27707 .... " " ' 489-6433 

(82) Fred Albert, Route 4, Box 508-H, Hillsborough 27278 732-7081 
I (82) Ike R. Rowland, 204 Raynor Street 27703 596-5581 

(82) Carpenter Mangum, 2115 Englewood Avenue 27705 286-2394 

(83) Doug Porterfield, 3128 Gibson Road 27703 " ' ' 596-2055 

George W. Ray, Director, Route 6, Box 321 27703 ......... 596-7304 

I Community Ministries 

i ^oll S^""^ Herweyer, chm., P.O. Box 15022 27704 (ch) 477-6440 

I (81) Mrs. George Atwater, Route 3, Box 277 27713 ^544 1 41 fi 

; (81) W. W. Sprouse, 504 Faifield Road 27704 . 477 2916 

ioo! h P- Ha^^^rd, Sr., 2104 N. Duke Street 27704 477-5743 

00 Leathers, 303 S. Brigs Avenue 27703 . . . 596-5144 

no i;^^- ^i^ha^d Davis, 2500 Arcadia Street 27704 . . . (ch) 477-7497 

(83 Mrs. Gladys Wheeler, 112 Foxcroft Lane 27713 544-1121 

)a I • ^^^^o" Weaver, 3009 Shannon Road 27707 489-3925 

(83) Brevard Brown, 122 Argonne Dr. 27704 471.3712 

Constitution 

^^^^ ^^7^ mf ^'"Tt.""' "A";-' ^^h) 383-1422 

3573 Hillsborough Road 27705 

^oV l^^ Breedlove, Jr., 3224 Samoa Court 27705 . . . 383-2641 

(83) Mrs. Early Herndon, 2406 Sparwood Drive 27705 ' ' 38S 4854 

Francis Walker, 2527 Wilson Street 27705 . 286 2430 

Dr. James Murphy, 6900 Garrett Road 27707 (ch) 493-1809 

(Last two will serve if committee is expanded) 

Deacons 

(81) Dr. John Carlton, chm., P.O. 1027, Wake Forest 27587. ... 556-4791 
00 ;Jf ""^f. Thompson, 1419 Bramble Drive 27712 . 471-3659 

(82) Mrs. W. E. Rice, Route 6, Box 507 27703 5Qfiii ^4 

(83) Charles Hicks. 2523 Banner Street 27704 . 477^106 

Evangelism 

(81) Rev. Carl Garner, chm., 116 Massey Road 27712 477-5426 



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(81) Rev. Emory McMillan Bare, 2031 W. Club Blvd. 27705 . . . 286-1593 

(82) Rev. Charles Harris, 414 Cleveland Street 27701 688-7308 

(83) Jesse Moye, 1603 Ephesus Church Road 942-1945 

Chapel Hill 27514 

(83) Rev. Bob Weatherly, Route 7, Box 182 27707 489-3425 

Finance Committee 
(81) Don Christian, chm., P. O. Box 11025 27703 596-6862 

(81) Rev. Malbert Smith, P.O. Box 2686 27705 (ch) 286-2281 

(82) John Clayton, 1208 Evans Drive 27705 489-9514 

(82) Mrs. James Murphy, Route 3, Box 276-A 27713 544-3966 

(83) William H. "Bill" Mitchell, 2611 Kamis Street 27707 489-2684 

(83) Dr. Frank Zedick, 1004 N. Mangum Street 27701 688-6765 

Future Development 

(81) Billy Garrett, 2304 Barrymore Avenue 27705 477-3058 

(82) Mrs. A. J. Frankensteen, 3703 Knollwood Drive 27712 .... 383-2791 

(82) Roger Upchurch, 3206 Sprunt Avenue 27705 383-4253 

(83) Rev. Stiles Ellyson, 2123 So. Hi Drive 27703 596-6407 

(83) Rev, Keithen Tucker, Route 4, Box 120, Pittsboro 27312 . . 542-2431 

Inter-Faith 

(81) Mrs. E. E. Robertson, chm., 1505 Blount Street 27707. .... 489-1521 

(82) Rev. Bob McClernon, P. O. B ox 3057 27705 (ch) 688-1366! 

(82) Mrs. BilHe Garris, 227 Chateau Road 27704 477-3286 

(83) Dr. Tom Downing, P. O. Box 508, Chapel Hill 27514 .(ch) 942-2157 
(83) Mrs. Leon (Peggy) Yates, Route 7, Box 187 27707 489-1587 

Missions 

(81) Rev. Clay Warf, chm., 807 W. Chapel Hill St. 27701 . .(ch) 688-7397| 

(81) Eugene Robertson, 1505 Blount Street 27707 489-1521 

(81) Jack Moody, Rt. 1, Box 229-A, Hillsborough 27278 471-3371 

(82) Rev. Ned Mathews, 3707 Garrett Road 27707 489-2655 

(82) Mrs. Thad Ashley, 2612 N. Roxboro Road 27704 477-5659 

(82) Mrs. Fred Lipe, 3915 Wake Forest Road 27703 596-6523 

(83) Marvin Pridgen, 5106 Tudor Place 27713 544-3132 

Nominations 

(82) Rev. Norman Gossett, chm., 1003 E. Main St. 27701 . .(ch) 682-3251 

(81) Alan Rigsbee, 3818 Hillgrand Drive 27705 383-4791 

(81) Mrs. Tim Jones, Rt. 1, Box 41, Hillsborough 27278 477-4500 

(82) Miss Nannie Mae Herndon, Rt. 3, Box 154 27713 544-1859 

(82) Dwight Ferrell, Rt. 5, Box 66 27704 477-0204 

(83) Mrs. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia Street 27701 682-7154 

(83) Rev. JuUan Motley, 3315 E. Geer Street 27704 (ch) 688-3947 

Ordinations 

(83) Rev. Harold RumfeH, chm., (ch) 596-8907 

123 Olive Branch Road 27703 
(81) Rev. James Crocker, Rt. 3, Box 16, Apex 27502 362-4825 

(81) Dr. Ronald Cumbie, 2819 Chapel Hill Road 27707 . . . .(ch) 489-2309 

(82) Rev. Billy Lynch, 1815 Glenn School Road 27704 (ch) 682-1248 

(83) Dr. John Freeman, 1436 Acadia St.. 27701 682-7154i 

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Place and Preacher 

(81) Rev. Everette Smith, chm (ch) 489-25S7 

2100 Chapel Hill Road 27707 

(82) Mrs. Robert Thornton, Route 1, Box 13, Bahama 27503 . 477-8075 

(83) Rev. Charles Rutt, 4103 Guess Road 27712 (ch) 477-3993 

Radio and T.V. 

(81) Freeman Beard, chm.. Route 8, Box 302 27704 477-1606 

(82) Sidney Pruitt, 913 Markham Avenue 27701 688-8592 

(83) Bill Brogden, P. O. Box 2686 27705 286-2281 



Resolutions 

I (81) Mrs. A. Clyde Ferrell, chm., P.O. Box 77 27702 383-1333 

I (82) Mrs. J. Cecil Howard, 1408 James Street 27707 489-2107 

I (83) Rev. A. D. Frazier, 4214 Lumley Road 27703 596-7017 

j Student Work 

1(82) Rev. Wiley Oakley, chm., 116 Massey Road 27712 . . . .(ch) 477-3993 

K81) Mrs. Richard Beard, 2011 Woodrow Street 27705 286-9284 

i(81) Robert Donahoo, 414 Cleveland Street 27701 (ch) 688-7308 

(81) Keith Taylor, Route 1, Box 117X, Bahama 27503 471-1322 

(82) Rev. Toby Frost, 6900 Garrett Road 27707 493-1809 

(82) Mrs. Rudolph A. Stock, 2505 Nation Avenue 27707 . . 489-5712 

(83) Rev. Robert Tyson, Route 7, Box 152, Chapel Hill . . . .(ch) 933-6324 
Ex. Rev. F. Joseph Clontz (UNC), 203 Battle Lane . . . 942-4266 

Chapel Hill 27514 

Ex. Mrs. Velma Ferrell (Duke), Box 4351 DS, Durham 27706 . 286-4513 
Trustees 

(81) Gary Cole, chm., 3215 Cromwell Road 27705 

(82) Stewart Wallace, 614 Brookwood Drive 27707 

(83) T. O. Perry, 1502 Washington St. 27701 



Youth Advisory j 

(83) Mrs. Sandra Taylor, chm.. Route 6, Box 172-C 27707 . 493-3889 i 

(81) Miss Judy King, 1415 Holloway Street 27703 (ch) 688-4711 ' 

(81) Rev. Larry Harper, 4007 Holt School Road 27704 (ch) 477-3859 i 

(82) Danny Blanton, 1435 Newcastle Road 27704 . . 477-5663 

(82) Stephen Mabie, 5606 Old Hillsborough 27705 .. . 383-4196 

(83) Mike McKeown, 3573 Hillsborough Road 27705 .... (ch) 383-1422 
(83) Rev. Jerry Harper, Route 1, Box 388 27705 (ch) 383-2982 















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489-2762 
489-7360 
682-2836 



CONSTITUTION 

Revised 1975 

Article I. NAME 

This body shall be known as the Yates Baptist Association of North 
Carolina. 

Article II. PURPOSE 

The purpose of this Association shall be to provide a convenient and 
ordely means for the extension of the ministry of the cooperating Baptist 
Churches in Durham County and adjacent territories which support the 
programs of the Baptist State Convention and the Southern Baptist 
Convention. 

Article III. ARTICLES OF FAITH 

The confession of faith of this Association shall be the "Baptist Faith 
and Message" with its five-point statement of the historic Baptist 
conception of the nature and function of confessions of faith in our religious 
and denominational life as adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 
1963 at Kansas City. 

(Five-Point Statement from "The Baptist Faith and Message") 

(1) That they constitute a concensus of opinion of some Baptist body, 
large or small, for the general instruction and guidance of our own people 
and others concerning those articles of the Christian faith which art most 
surely held among us. They are not intended to add anything to the simple 
conditions of the salvation revealed in the New Testament, viz., repentance 
towards God and faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. 

(2) That we do not regard them as complete statements of our faith, 
having any quality of finality or infallibility. As in the past so in the future 
Baptists should hold themselves free to revise their statements of faith as 
may seem to them wise and expedient at any time. 

(3) That any group of Baptists, large or small, have the inherent right to 
draw up for themselves and publish to the world a confession of their faith 
whenever they may think it advisable to do so. 

(4) That the sole authority for faith and practice among Baptists is the 
Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. Confessions are only guides in 
interpretation, having no authority over the conscience. 

(5) That they are statements of religious convictions, drawn from the 
Scriptures, and are not to be used to hamper freedom of thought or 
investigation in other realms of life. 

Article IV. MEMBERSHIP 

Section 1. This Association in session shall be composed of duly 
elected messengers from cooperating Baptist churches in Durham County 
and adjacent territories and the regular elected officers of the Association 



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and manbers of the Associational Board which are in agreement with the 

purposeasstetedmArticlen.Whennot in session this A^iocSXllb^ 
comprised of its member churches which shall elect members to the 
Associational Board m accordance to Article X. 

Section 2. Each church shall be represented at the annual meeting of 
the Association and at any special meeting during the year by messeneers 
who shall be duly certified in the following ratio: r messengers 

u ^ J^l-^ ^Tu** hundred members or fraction thereof, and one for 
each additional hundred or fraction thereof, provided that the t^tal num W 
of messengers shall not exceed ten. Jiumoer 

(2) All pastors of churches of the Association shall be recognized as 
messengers, in addition to those specified above 

m.mt^ti*"^f • ^nly individuals who are baptized (immersed) believers and 
members of churches of this Association shall be seated as votine 
messengers at any Associational meeting. 

.hSi^^^'T seeking to seat messengers in the Association 

shall apply to the Missions Committee prior to the annual meeting of the 
Association, gi ving evidence of their faith and order and their agreement to 
be received under watchcare of the Association. Upon recommS^n of 
f he committee and the approval of the Association by a two-thirds majoritv 
of the members present and voting, the church or churches shall be received 
under the watchcare of the Association for a period of one year It U 
understood that during the period of watehcare of the Association such 
churches wil be accorded all the services of the Associah'on and all S 
bn vileges with the exception of the right to seat voting messengers and to 
^oting representation on the Associational Board. At the end of the year of 
«.atchcare. the church or churches may, by a two-thirds vote of lhe 

^n'Z' wT'k '^"'^'k fu" f«»°^«l^iP °f the Association or continue 
inder watchcare or have the request for fellowship rejected. Upon 
idmission to full fellowship, the church or churches shall be authorized to 

PAt'^SnlrBTaT^^^^^ 

Sections. The Association shall have the power, upon giving notice of 
line months and by two-thirds majority vote of messenge^ prS and 
^oting, to withdraw fellowship from any church that shall willfully depart 
rom orthodox principles of the Christian religion as taught in the Bible a^ 
IS believed by Baptists or that fails to represent itself either by messenger or 
etter a the annua^ session of the Association without suffident reason!"? 
hat fails to support causes fostered by the denomination at large and of this 
Usociation in particular, or that ceases to be missionary in practice 

Section 6 Any church may decline to send m^sengers to' the 
Association at its pleasure. Whenever this constitutes a trithdrawal of 
el owship on thepart of the church, the Association shall not as a My or 
» w ^^^P'-^'^^n ^t'y.e representatives, seek to restrain by coerdon Z 
aw the withdrawal action of the church. 

Article V. POWERS AND PREROGATIVES . 

The Association, when convened in meeting, shall sit as advisory 
council, and shall have no power to infringe on any of the interna] rights of 



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the churches; it may advise with cooperating churches and recommend | 
measures of usefulness for their adoption, and may claim for itself, its 
objects, and its recommendations the highest consideration. 

Article VI. ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE CHURCHES 

Each cooperating church shall send annually to the Association a report 
on the Associational Letter which is provided. Only persons who have been 
baptized by immersion may be reported as members on these reports. Said 
report should reach the associational Clerk at least 10 days prior to the 
annual meeting. 

Article VILMEETINGS 

Section 1. The Association shall convene annually during the week 
after the fourth Sunday in October, and may meet with different churches 
on the two successive days. 

Section 2. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings called, by the Associational Board upon two weeks notice to the 
cooperating churches. 

Article VOL FISCAL YEAR 

The fiscal year of the Association shall begin on January first and end 
on December thirty-first of each year. 

Article IX. OFFICERS AND THEIR DUTIES 

Section 1. The officers of the Association shall be a Moderator, Vice 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Auditor, Parliamentarian, and such others as 
may be authorized by the Association. i 

Section 2. All officers shall be members of the church affiliated with 
the Association. 

Section 3. Only persons who have been baptized by immersion shall 
hold any position within the Associational organization. 

Section 4. The officers shall be elected at the annual meeting of the 
Association, and these shall resume their duties at the close of the annual 
meeting during which they are elected and continue until their successors 
are elected and installed, unless removed for cause. Any officer may be 
elected to succeed himself, except that the Moderator may not serve more 
than two years m succession. 

Section 5. The Moderator shall preside over the annual meeting of the 
Association and begin each session punctually. He shall appoint such 
committees as may be authorized by the Constitution, or the Association, 
enforce the rules, preserve order, and exercise all prerogatives of a presiding 
officer according to parliamentary usage, and serve as chairman of the 
Associational Board, and ex-officio member of all standing committees. 

Section 6. The Vice Moderator shall discharge the duties of the 
Moderator in his absence. 



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Section?. The Clerk shall keep a record of the proceedings of the 
Association, superintend the printing and distribution of the Minutes, keep 
on file the printed Minutes and other important papers of the Association. 
He shall act as secretary of the Associational Board. The Clerk shall be 
entitled to compensation which shall be fixed by the Association. He shall 
not obtain and edit the histories of two churches each year to be included in 
the Minutes, and shall maintain an up-to-date history of the Association. 

Section 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies contributed to the 
Association, and shall make disbursements as authorized by the 
Association and/or the Associational Board, and shall make regular 
reports to the Associational Board and an annual report to the Association. 

Section 9. The Auditor shall audit the Treasurer's record and attest his 
annual report to the Association. 

Section 10. The Parliamentarian shall advise the Moderator on 
matters of rules of order and procedure at the annual sessions and 
Associational Board meetings. 

' Section 11. There shall be three trustees, one elected each year for a 
I three-year term, who shall be the representatives of the Association in legal 
I matters, and shall perform such other duties as the Association of the 
j Associational Board may perscribe. 

Article X. Associational Board 

Section 1. The Associational Board shall consist of the general 
officers, the leaders of the Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's ' 
[Missionary Union, Brotherhood, and Music Council, the Chairmen of the 
Standing Committees, the Director of Missions, each active pastor and two i 
lay members elected from each member church. The names of the lay 
members shall be duly certified by notifying the Associational Clerk. 

Section 2. The Associational Board shall act for the Asscoiation in the 
interim between the annual sessions. It shall carry out the policies and will 
of the Association as so expressed. It shall meet as often as it may elect for j 
the effectual performance of its duties. It shall have power to fill vacancies ! 
among the officers, committees, and organizational workers of the 
Association and committees of the Associational Board that may occur j 
during the year. It shall make a full and complete report of its work at each | 
annual meeting of the Association. 

Section 3. The Associational Board shall have an Executive 
iCommittee composed of the officers, the leaders of Brotherhod, Sunday 
School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, and Music Council, 
the chairmen of the Calendar Camp, Community Ministries, Finance, and 
Missions Committee, and the Director of Missions. 

This committee shall meet periodically between sessions of the 
[Associational Board, work to correlate the activities and emphases of the 
jvarious groups, interpret policy as needed by the Director of Missions, and 
jstrive for a smooth operation of the Associational Program. 

This committee shall employ, with the approval of the Board of the ! 
Association, a Director of Missions and shall exercise general supervision 
lof his work. The committee shall perform such other duties and services as 
ithe Board or Association may direct. 



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Article XI. FINANCIAL COMMITMENT 



No financial commitment may be undertaken or assumed in the name o 
or on the part of the Association except by a tWo-thirds vote of members o 
the Association or Associational Board (by whichever body it is being vote< 
on) present and voting. 

Article XII. REVISION 

This Constitution may be revised at any Annual Session of th< 
Association upon affirmative vote of two-thirds of the members preent an( 
voting, provided the proposed revisions shall have been presented ir 
writing to the Associational Board prior to the Annual Meeting, oi 
presented to the Association on the first day of the Annual Meeting with th< 
approval vote being taken on the second day. 

BY-LAWS 

Article I. COMMITTEES AND THEIR DUTIES 

The Association shall have the standing committees listed below, alonj 
with any other committees authorized by the Association or th( 
Associational Board. These committees shall begin their duties at the clost 
of the Annual Meeting, and shall make reports of the work to th( 
Associational Board and/or to the Association. Members of the committees 
shall be selected from the membership of those churches cooperating with 
the Association. 

Members of standing committees shall serve a term of three years. To 
institute a system of rotation and provide for a continuing committee, at the 
1976 session, one member of each three-member committee shall be elected 
for one year, one member for two years, one member for three years, and 
thereafter each committee member shall be elected to serve for three years. 
In the case of five-member committees, at the 1976 session, one member 
shall be elected for one year, two members for two years, two members for 
three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three 
years. In the case of seven-member committees, at the 1976 session.one 
member shall be elected for one year, three members for two years, three 
members for three years, and thereafter each member shall be elected to 
serve for three years. In the case of nine-member committees, at the 1976 
session, three members shall be elected for one year, three members for two 
years, three members for two years, three members for three years, and 
thereafter each member shall be elected to serve for three years. 

The Moderator and the Director of Missions shall be ex-officio members 
of all standing committees. 

ScK-tion 1. THE ANNUAL MEETING COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of three members whose duty it shall be to arrange the program 
for the annual meeting of the Association. 



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Section 2. THE CALENDAR COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members with the Sunday School Director, the Church Training 
Director, The Brotherhood Director, the Music Council Director, and the 
' President of the Ministers' Conference, serving as advisory members. It 
shall be the duty of this committee to plan and recommend to the annual 
session of the Association a program of activities for the coming year. 

Section 3. THE CAMP COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members whose duty it shall be to direct the development and use of the 
property with the advice and consent of the Associational Board. 

Section 4. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMITTEE shall be composed 
' of five members whose duty it shall be to propose ways in which the 
Association, its cooperating churches and individual Christians may work 
" for the promotion of civic righteousness and social uphft, and to provide 
1 educational opportunities for keeping our people informed in these areas. 
] Section 5. THE COMMUNITY MINISTRIES COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of nine members, including representatives of the Associational 
Baptist Women's and Baptist Men's organizations, whose duty it shall be 
to identify needs in the Association such as non-readers, alcoholics, drug 
abusers, youth in trouble, unwed mothers, the physically handicapped, the 
poverty stricken, prisoners and probationers, emotionally disturbed, and 
senior citizens, to encourage churches to provide ministries to meet the 
needs of the total person; to enlist and offer training for those with interest 
^ in these areas; and lead the churches cooperatively to specific areas when 
J wise and possible. 

Section 6. THE CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
three members whose duty it shall be to study and recommend changes in 
the Constitution and bring reports as necessary to the Association. 

Section 7. THE DEACONS' COMMITTEE shall be composed of five 
members whose duty it shall be to plan and carr>' out meetings and 
activities for the information and inspiration of deacons. 

Section 8. THE EVANGELISM COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to encourage continuing evangelism in 
the churches, including the enlistment and training of laymen in 
witnessing, to initiate and carry out association evangelism efforts, to 
coo{>erate with area crusades when feasible, and to utilize the full resources 
of the Association by coordinating its efforts with other association 
committees and organizations in their evangelistic outreach knowing that 
Christ saves the whole man to a whole life of discipleship. 

Section 9. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE shall be composed of seven 
members, one of whom shall be the Treasurer. The other six members of the 
committee shall be elected for a term of three years with two members each 
year on a rotating basis. 

This committee shall present a tentative budget at the Annual Meeting, 
r^resenting a definite budget at the Februar\' Board meeting and devise 
plans for raising the budget. It shall also re\dew applications from churches 
for State Missions funds for presentation to the Associational Board. 

Section 10. THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE shaD be 
composed of five members whose duty it shall be to study the associational 



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program, as to its strengths and weaknesses, its priorities and 
effectiveness, its organizational structure and in the light of its purpose to 
make recommendations as feasible for the improvements and 
strengthening of said program. 

Section 11. THE INSTITUTION COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
five members whose duty it shall be to assist and encourage the churches in 
keeping their people informed, and adequately supporting financially our 
North Carolina Baptist Homes for the Aging, Children's Homes, Hospital, 
and Colleges. 

Section 12. THE INTER-FAITH WITNESS COMMITTEE shall be 
composed of five members whose duty it shall be to assist the churches in 
becoming better informed as to the beliefs, attitudes, customs of the sects 
and Catholicism and the world non-Christian religions, especially 
Judaism, and to foster a better relationship with adherents of these groups. 

Section 13. THE MISSIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
seven members, whose duty it shall be to obtain information which can be 
utilized by the churches and the Association, to ascertain the need of new 
churches and missions within the boundaries of the Association, to 
recommend to the Association or the Associational Board the location of 
sites and purchasing of lots for such churches or missions, and to assist the 
organization of such churches as might be authorized and to review for the 
Finance Committee applications from churches for State Mission funds. It 
shall be the duty of this committee to study the applications of churches 
seeking admission into the Association and to make recommendations 
regarding the same. 

Section 14. THE NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed; 
of seven members, whose duty it shall be to present nominations to thei 
Association for all general officers and committeemen (except the Director| 
of Missions as heretofore provided). I 

This committee shall also be responsible for forwarding to the Board for^^ 
approval and to the Association for election, the officers of Brotherhood ' 
Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Union, Church Training, Music|| 
Council, and Library organizations (TACMO). This committee will receive 
from the six organizational committees and present for approval at the 
February Board meeting the names of nominees for leadership. 

Following the same procedure, the remaining officers of the six 
organizations shall be presented for approval to the May Board meeting. 
The names of all general organizational officers shall be presented to thei 
Association for election. r 

It shall also present nominations to the Associational Board to fill anyl 
vacancy in the offices for which it nominates to the Association. I 

Section 15. THE ORDINATIONS COMMITTEE shaWhe composed off 
five members who shall act in an advisory capacity for churches pr fprf 
ministerial students seeking counsel concerning ordination. The committee 
shall assist in the examination of candidates for the ministry only after? 
their call to some specific position in Christian service, and shall refrain 
from announcing the date for ordination until after approval of the 
candidate. 



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Section 16. THE PLACE AND PREACHER COMMITTEE shall be 
omposed of three members, whose duty it shall be to receive or solicit 
nvitations for the place of meeting of the annual session for the following 
'ear, and to recommend to the Association in annual session, a place or 
>laces of meeting, along with a preacher and alternate for the sermon, for 
he following year. 

Section 1 7. THE RADIO AND TELEVISION COMMITTEE shall be 
omposed of three members, whose duty it shall be to work with local 
tations in the securing of time, to promote programs of religious and 
[enominational interest, and to encourage the churches to use the media of 
adio and television. 

Section 18. THE RESOL UTIONS COMMITTEE shall be composed of 
hree members, whose duty it shall be to study all resolutions referred to it 
ly the Association or the Associational Board, and report suitable 
esolutions at the Annual Meeting. 

Section 19. THE STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE shaUhe composed of 
hree members, whose duty it shall be to encourage and stimulate when 
ossible the offerings from the individual churches to State, Home, Foreign 
lissions as well as the Cooperative Program, to urge the churches to 
ndergrid their church staff members through the Annuity Board 
etirement pains, to promote tithing by individual church members, and to 
ncourage the members of the churches to be Christian stewards of their 
lossessions after death through wills and bequests to denominational 
bjects 

; Section 20. THE STUDENT WORK COMMITTEE shall he composed 
f seven members, with the chaplains of educational institutions in the 
Issociation area acting in an advisory capacity, whose duty it shall be to 
Doperate with and promote the work of the Baptist Student Program in the 
&veral institutions within the area of the Association and to encourage the 
linistry of the churches to students. 

Section 21. THE YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE shall be 
)mposed of at least five members, normally church youth directors, whose 
aty it shall be to provide or sponsor periodic events or emphases for and/ or 
ith the youth of our churches. 



Article II. RULES OF ORDER 

I The following rules shall govern deliberations in the meetings of the 
ssociation and Associational Board. 

(1) The official transaction of business in all regular meetings of the 
Issociation and Associational Board shall be by the affirmative majority 
pie of members present and voting, except in matters relating to the 
institution, or withdrawing fellowship from any cooperating church, and 
\ seating messengers from those churches desiring to cooperate with the 
^sociation. In called meetings of the Association and the Associational 
pard, a number representing a majority of the cooperating churches shall 
i necessary to constitute a quorum.. 

1(2) A messenger wishing to speak shall rise and address the presiding 
ficer. He shall confine himself strictly under the consideration and shall 
'oid all personalities. No messenger shall speak more than twice on the 



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same subject without special permission. 

(3) All motions seconded shall be definitely stated by the presidii 
officer, or at his request, read by the clerk before vote is taken. 

(4) The order of business of the Annual Meeting shall be recommends 
by the Annual Meeting Committee as soon as possible during the fir 
session. When adopted this report shall become the program and cannot 1 
changed except by vote of the Association. 

(5) All questions of order shall be decided on the basis of the most recei 
edition (1970) of Robert's "Rules of Order." 

Article III. ADVISORY TO THE BOARD 

The members of the State General Board from this Association and tl 
Baptist Student Union chaplains of the educational institutions within tl 
area of the Association shall be invited to sit with the Board in an advisoi 
capacity. j 

Article IV. AMENDMENTS 

These By-Laws may be amended by a majority of those present ar 
voting at any Annual Meeting of the Association. 



DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS ANNUAL REPORT 

This is my first full year's report as your Director of Missions, having begu 
my work with you on August 1, 1979. 

EVANGELISM PRIORITIZED 
When I was interviewed by the Search Committee, they made sure that 
understood that they felt the principle interest needed in Yates Associatio 
was upon evangelism. This coincided with what I believed is the thrust c 
the New Testament Great Commission, and it tied in with my backgrounl! 
of early interest in personal witnessing, evangelistic preaching, writing 
doctrinal thesis on evangelism, directing evangelism for Southern Baptisi 
in California for eight years, and coming from the Gold Coast of Florid 
where for nine years we had emphasized evangelism in its various aspect 

LAY RENEWAL EVANGELISM 
My first strategy for trying to help the present churches reach more peop 
for Christ was to bring in Harry Williams, Director of Evangelism froi 
California, Reid Hardin, Director of Lay Renewal Evangelism for the Horn 
Mission Board, and Dr. David Haney, Director of Lay Renewal Evangelis 
for the Brotherhood Commission, to acquaint our pastors to a quiet bi 
elongated approach to building up the spiritual lives of the church people fc 
the purpose of becoming strong personal witnesses. 

REFUGEES SPONSORED 
To help answer the call of human need of the "boat people" and many other 
needing a country in which they could live in freedom, all of our churche 



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vere challenged to divide into groups of five to sponsor one refugee family. 
Light churches are now sponsoring two families. 

PASTOR TO THE PASTORS 
t was a privilege to visit with each pastor personally during the past year, 
jrod has some great men in them. I count this relationship of high priority 
or our Associational work. A also had a general meeting with staff persons 
rom the churches. 

OFFICE RENOVATION 
Vith the backing of the Finance Committee and the Executive Committee, 
arpet has been placed throughout the working area of the Associational 
)ffices, and all the interior was painted and refreshed making the building 
I more conductive place in which to do work for our Lord. 

^ew office equipment was purchased including a IBM Electronic 
typewriter, a carrousel slide projector, new slide trays, and new dictating 
quipment. 

OUR CAMP 

las been used by 24 churches during the year, and the pastors/ wives' 
etreat was held there. The Matthew T. Yates Log Cabin was erected by 
ome of the men of the Association. Perhaps greater use needs to be made of 
•ur campground. 



"DECADE OF DESTINY" LAUNCHED FOR THE 1980'S 
I positive vision and spirit was reflected by the 260 representatives from 41 
hurches as they voted to following priorities and goals for the 1980's at the 
rst Associational Board Meeting of the year. 



EVANGELISM PRIORITY VOTED 

Jpon the recommendation of the Executive Committee, the Associational 
»oard voted: "That the number one priority in the Yates Association be 
le development of Evangelism in the local churches and in the Association 
t large." 

GOALS ADOPTED 

>y unanimous vote the following Evangelism-Missions Goals were adopted 
)r the Decade of the '80's: 

. Sunday School: 3,200 gain in enrollment or 320 per year (from 16,023 
in 1979 to 19,223 in 1989). 

. New Churches: 13 more by 1989 (from 47 in 1979 to 60 in 1989). 

. Baptisms: 100 more per year (from 400 in 1979 to 1,400 in 1989). 

. Resident Membership: 40,000 by 1989 (from 23,600 in 1979). 



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5. Mission Giving: Cooperative Program: 60 churches giving on a 
percentage basis by 1989. 

Associational Missions: churches (60) giving on a percentage basis 

by 1989 on the following progressive schedule: 



1980-10 churches 

1981 - 25 

1982 - 35 

1983 - 58 

1984 - 42 



1985 - 47 churches 

1986 - 50 

1987 - 57 

1988 - 60 
1989-60 



Minimum Percentage Giving Goals to Associational Missions: 



1980 - 3% 

1981 - 3% 

1982 - 3.5% 

1983 - 4% 

1984 - 4.5% 



1985 - 5% 

1986 - 6% 

1987 - 7% 

1988 - 8% 

1989 - 8% 



MISSION ACTIONS NEEDED IN '80'S 

To reach the Evangelism Missions Goals in the 1980's, the Board voted tht 
following average goals for each year of the 1980's: 

1. 50 churches setting Evangelism as the priority each year. 

2. 50 churches having Vacation Bible School every year. 

3. 15 churches having Missions Projects in Yates area each year. 

4. 50 churches in 3 World Missions Conferences (1 every 4 years 
beginning in 1980). 

5. 40 churches in Sunday School Gain each year. 

6. 5 churches beginning a New Church each year. 

7. 50 churches in Personal Evangelism Training each year. 

8. 40 churches in Discipleship (Christian Growth) Training each year 

9. 50 c hurches in Evangelistic Crusades (revivals) 

10. 10 churches using "Summer Missionaries" each year. 

11. 45 churches giving to Missions on a % Basis each year. 

12. 30 churches in regular Mission Teaching-Preaching Ministries 
each year. 

13. 40 churches in Youth Camps each year. 

14. 50 churches with pastors attending Church Growth Seminars eacl 
year. 

POPULATIONS FIGURES RELEASED | 

The population for the Yates Baptist Association Territory was projectec 
into 1980. in comparison to the membership of Yates Churches. 



1980 199( 

Durham County 161,500 194,50{ 

Chapel Hill 38,000 40,50( 

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Carrboro 

Other Orange Co. 

Chatham Co. 



(Durham City 

Yates Membership 
Present Membership 



14,000 


15,000 


5,000 


15,000 


3,000 


13,000 


221,500 


^ 1 o,ouu 


107,400 


129,300) 




55,500 


27,600 


27,600 


16,700 - 


27,900 - 



now behind more needed 
N. C. Norm in 10 yrs. to 
reach N.C. 
Norm 

1 of 5 people in N.C. is a Southern Baptist. Therefore 1/5 of the 
state norm. """^ "^""'"""^ '^^P*-' ™-i"tain th: 

SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS 

uIk """1^''!'^ *^°™<^ y^^'" for me with the privilege of 

ICnH ' I"""" ^8 -churches and having revivals in four of them I did 

Prior to the Sou h""' "'r^'^T^ ^""^ ^'^'^""^ Lo" ^ 

pnor to the Southern Baptist Convention, a North Carolina Convention 

Board Meeting, a New Church Seminar, and the North Carolina Dh-ec ors 
of Missions training sessions. ^-ireciors 

ANNUAL ASSOCIATIONAL EMPHASIS 

rwn ^Pt"^ nT Yates Baptist Association Do?" was the themeof ouremphasis 
Lveral churchr a1 ,r."'* ''""'^ """^ ""^^^ '^^^"^We and used by 

^a!n1fi!« r answered the above question as follows 

nagnif es evangelism; does missions; offers training; kindles fellowshio' 
channels information; provides services and dispenses news '''""""'''P' 

NEW CHURCH OFFERINGS 

Ir'somro/'thr' ''"^1*'°" '^'"^ S'^hool mission offering 

nd some of these churches plus other churches took up the annual 
Usociational Missions Offering and designated it for new churches 

PASTORS GAINED AND LOST 

)uring the year 10 new pastors came to the following churches- Cedar Fork 
■phesus, Grace, Homestead Heights Mt GileaH Mt H r.? ' 

iranch, Plainview, Rose of Sharon, and Trinky ' 

'edTr Ftk''EbeneT'rr°''''''„'^r"^ ^^^^^ ^ethesda, Carrboro, 
,ow:■s'Gtve,^p^=^.^fJ^,^^^^^^ 



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ANNUAL GROWTH STATISTICS 



From September 1, 1979 through August 31, 1980: 



1978-1979 1979-1980 



Baptisms 
New Churches 



405 537 



(1 askinj 



membershi 



Sunday School Enrollment 
Resident Membership 
Total Membership 
Cooperative Program Gifts 
Associational Missions Gifts 
Churches Giving on % to Assoc. 



$370,180 $418,923 
$ 67,421 $ 82,442 



15,775 14,950 
23,591 23,920:| 
28,653 29,009| 



Missions 



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PRAYER PARTNERS 



Pastors are paired with each other twice a year to form mutual prayer' 
support for each other. Also, staff persons are given names of other staff 
persons with a prayer card design to sit on the desk as a daily reminder. The 
Association will not move beyond its prayer power. 

MINISTERS AND WIVES CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE 

Davis worked hard, long, but happily in preparing for our first Christmas 
Open House for all pastors, staff members, and their spouses. About 103" 
attended. 



There is not loss like the loss of a helpmate. The loss of other loved ones can 
be a fearful thing, such as the loss of your own child, but only those who 
have lost their wife or husband through death can really appreciate the 
depths of grief into which I have been plunged. 

Davis fought a very courageous battle with perhaps the most painful cancerj 
known. In spite of my loss of her that has caused me such deep pain, I would! 
not call her back to those tortuous months she went through. 

As Davis breathed her last, a big tear formed in an eye, and I wiped it away.| 
P>om here on, all of her other tears have already been wiped away by our! 
blessed God. To Him be the gloryl !! 

Now, I'm so conscious of my need of your prayers, support, goodwill, and 
fellowship. Thank you. 



THE LOSS OF MY WIFE 



Dr. D. Wade Armstrong 
Director of Missions 



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A HISTORY OF THE BEREA BAPTIST CHURCH 
1855 - 1980 



(It is regretable that few records of historical valXie of this Church have been 
preserved. However, we are indebted to the history of the Church which was 
wri